Remote work has boomed during the pandemic, and being locked down in a small apartment has driven many people to re-evaluate their choice to live in metropolitan cities. Large cities had the sharpest drop in population during the pandemic, as people migrated and searched for living in more suburban areas, while keeping their coastal, remote jobs. As remote workers search for a great place to set their roots, Omaha makes a strong case. The city’s population grew by around 1%
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Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act took effect in the beginning of this year in an effort to take measures to prevent gender pay inequalities. The law required any company hiring people in Colorado to disclose salary and benefits information on all job postings. This action gets Colorado employees one step closer to closing the wage gap. However, companies elsewhere are taking measures to avoid disclosing salaries. Many companies open to remote workers are excluding Colorado applicants to avoid
Many people have discovered that they no longer need to sit in an office to work productively – including attorneys. A laptop law firm can allow you to work from anywhere, reduce overhead expenses, and build a thriving and lucrative business. Having a brick-and-mortar office is becoming obsolete, but it can still be hard to pivot to operating a fully virtual, solo law practice. Here are 4 ways to maintain a successful remote practice and maintain top-notch client experience. Prioritize
As Omaha’s population continues to grow, there are several developments in the works that are aiming to evolve high-potential areas in the city. These developments will not only add more places for citizens of Omaha to work and play, but new areas for entertainment, as well. Here are some key projects under development in Omaha that we’re excited about: The Crossroads – Coming 2024 The Crossroads Omaha project sits at the former Crossroads Mall at 72nd and Dodge, Omaha’s busiest