Supporting Employees Who Don’t Want to Return to the Office

With U.S. vaccination rates on the rise, many companies are opening up their offices and asking employees to return. But after more than a year of remote work, workers are hesitant to go back to a traditional workplace that offers less flexibility and often long commutes. In fact, 58% of employees would seek a new job if working in-person were required, and 98% would prefer a fully remote or hybrid career.

The Best Practices of Carrying Vaccines from Place to Place

Change is the law of business. With every change, businesses undergo more efficiency and productivity. The recent change in the business landscape is vaccine packaging for transportation.

Vaccines need to be transported from place to place. Be it bringing vaccines to the satellite site, running an off-site immunization clinic, or moving vaccines to a safe place, you need to transport vaccines from place to place.

Driving in ‘The New Normal’ – 5 Key Things to Know

We are all adjusting to ‘the new normal’. After a turbulent period around the world, many are now taking positive steps: coming out of national lockdowns or restrictions and returning to a regular routine.

But this ‘normal’ is new. The return to our old habits and routines has already changed significantly, giving rise to a new situation that we must all be aware of. Below, we explore five key things to know within the world of transport that could affect the way you travel and drive in this new environment.

Storage and Handling Vaccines in the Right Ways – A Practical Guide

Every year, healthcare facilities worldwide incur substantial financial losses due to errors in vaccine handling and storing.

Financial losses are not the only fall out of improper vaccine handling; healthcare facilities can also elicit the loss of confidence of patients if compromised vaccines are administered by mistake.

Healthcare facilities should maintain an effective cold chain to maintain vaccine potency. To maintain an effective vaccine supply chain, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended the following steps:

The Impact of the COVID-19 Vaccine on Businesses

Since the outbreak at the end of 2019, the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the way we conduct business all over the world. Now, vaccines are making their way through the populace.

With estimations that vaccines could mean economic recovery by late 2021/early 2022, the full-blown effects of the virus on the economy may have already been seen. The vaccine might reverse some of this damage to have its own impact on global trade.

COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market Growth Prospects


Personal protective equipment includes products such as protective clothing, helmets, goggles and visors, and other garments or equipment designed to protect the user from potential exposure, infection, or injury from biohazards and other threats. PPE safeguards individuals from a range of hazards including physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter. This equipment is extremely critical, in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of infectious diseases, as well as to ensure the safety of medical personnel in laboratories, research centers, and other settings, where there is potential to contract infections or other related diseases. The global personal protective equipment market report is segmented on the basis of type, application, end-users, as well as regions and countries.

Russia — Putin Focuses A Full Day of Negotiation with Lukashenko

The president of Russia Vladimir Putin and the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will hold the talks in Sochi this week. The talks are on the eve of the  February 23rd, which traditionally is the holiday that honors men in Russia.  Lukashenko arrived in Sochi well an advance and this is the first time, Lukashenko left Belarus after the beginning of the protests.

Amazon Fail 2.0

The Coronavirus pandemic is one of the main factors driving the customers to shop online. The convenience, lockdowns, and safety measures make online platforms a necessity for items including pet products. Last month I placed an order for the Okokat cat litter. However, when I opened the box, a saw dust cloud covered the whole area and it made me cough.

Southwest Airlines CEO: “Even Southwest is Not Immune to Covid-19”

Southwest Airlines reports today that they have received a net loss of over $3.5 billion in 2020 due to the economic recession. “Even Southwest is not immune to Covid-19,” said CEO Gary Kelly. “Yes, these are bad times. Yes, we had our first loss since our startup year. But we have much to be grateful for, and we have every reason to be hopeful that this, too, shall pass.”