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This week, we have 34 business books you should read before turning 30, how employers can stock up on coronavirus tests before returning to work, insights from the CEO of Poshmark, and more.
How State Farm’s CEO is navigating the insurance titan and its 77,000 associates through a ‘fundamental societal reset’
State Farm CEO Michael Tipsord said the coronavirus pandemic is prompting a “fundamental societal reset.” Here’s how he is leading the insurer and its 77,000 associates through the shift.
The post-pandemic workplace involves face masks, distance, and lots of coronavirus tests. Here’s how you can acquire test kits for employees, and what precautions you should take before bringing people back to the office.
Poshmark founder and CEO, Manish Chandra, said the app’s fundamental business model has enabled the company to operate through the coronavirus pandemic without extensive changes. He predicts that the future of retail will be more personalized and immersive, with resale at the forefront.
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If you’ve got some extra time on your hands, consider using it to improve your professional prospects. These business books — whose authors include psychologists, execs at top tech companies, and marketing experts — will help you build the foundation for a successful career. (Even those of us in the 30-plus crowd will benefit from their wisdom!)
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