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Muma College of Business Management Expert: Disenfranchised Gen Xers About to Spark a Workforce Migration As corporate executives wrangle with an evolving workforce dynamic in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, including more flextime and remoting, they now have this challenge: Employees, especially the younger ones, are seriously considering just plain quitting.
Chessler Holdings Donates $500,000 to Fund HUSTLE, an Entrepreneurship Program USF students interested in owning their own business have a chance to participate in a real-world start-up venture using autonomous and robotic food production kiosks and earning $20 per hour -- and potentially some of the company's profits -- thanks to a new $500,000 initiative between Chessler Holdings and the University of South Florida Center for Entrepreneurship.
Business Researchers Find CEOs Have Big Hearts During the Pandemic An in-depth study of how corporate America responded during the COVID-19 crisis has found something uplifting: Chief executive officers have generally turned out in support of their communities, fulfilling social responsibilities, and in particular, making donations to the community.
Richard Kopelman, CEO of Aprio, Talks Pandemic, Diversity, Analytics at Conversation with a CEO Richard Kopelman has come a long way from when he was 13, helping his mother make cold sales calls in South Florida. For pre-paid funerals.
As the Travel and Tourism Industry Rebounds, USF Hospitality Program Keeps Pace Anastasia Taylor was just settling in to what she had hoped would a long career in the hospitality and tourism industry.