Did you know that small businesses create two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year? More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business.
Addressing mental wellness in the Utah workplace
The pandemic response has brought mental health concerns to the forefront of the workplace, but it should be an everyday topic. A Utah business leader gives advice on how to advocate for better mental health in the business world.
How being curious can be an asset for a Utah business leader
Although it may seem like leaders have all the answers, that is usually far from the case. A sense of curiosity and desire to ask questions — especially when times may be rough — are great leadership traits. Get some expert perspectives on how a curious mind can change things for the better.
New Utah network hopes to stir up innovations
A new group called the Wasatch Innovation Network is hoping to bring universities, industries and government leaders together to further the region’s great progress in the business world. Find out what they have planned here:
Addressing diversity in the Utah business world
Some business leaders claim that Utah is not diverse, but that’s not necessarily the case. A local business leader gives her insights into a recent data project that shows how Utah can improve its diversity in the workplace.
A dispatch from Silicon Slopes: How this Utah hub is changing
Working from home has become more desired by many employees, including those who work in Utah’s Silicon Slopes area. A leader from that business community ascertained some interesting insights about that employee base from a survey.
How some key Utah business decisions caused momentum
Decisions such as the Utah Jazz sale and multi-billion-dollar deals for state companies are helping the economy gain momentum, and on a global scale. Here’s a look at a few recent wins:
Finding ways to foster more dialogue at your Utah business
If employees or leaders are struggling financially in their home life, it may stifle important, risk-taking dialogue at the office. Here’s some advice on how to keep communication channels open:
Making mental health a greater priority for workers in Utah
Companies often have health and wellness programs, although at times the mental health side of the equation isn’t as well represented. Here are some ways leaders can ensure that part of the conversation takes place.
A look at one Utah’s company’s journey to an all-online workplace
It’s important to strike a balance between a remote workforce and a strong employee culture. One Utah business did find a way to do both, and it transformed them for the better. Here’s what that looks like from the CEO’s perspective.