Promoting Diversity and Inclusion Through Open Conversations
With June Pride Month celebrations taking place at the same time that we are devastated by recent events of racism and social injustice in our society, we sat down with Chief People Officer Carol Ann Nash, General Counsel Sarah Harris and Senior Consultant Brian Mullinax, to learn more about how the IDEAL (Inclusion of Diverse Employees and Leaders) team is responding.
COVID Recovery Tracker Adds Data on Foot Traffic, Home Versus Away and Transportation
Armanino’s Chief People Officer, Carol Ann Nash, recently shared how our COVID Recovery Tracker has been helping her check county-by-county case data. Looking at GPS data allowed the team to create even more trackers.

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We’re Now Offering Our Financial Modeling Toolkit for Free to Private Schools

We know private schools have a lot of questions about how to keep tuition coming in and how to serve students remotely. To help, our Data & Analytics team built a model that allows schools to quantify and predict the impact of fluctuations in enrollment, tuition, staff levels, endowment draws and more.

Work From Anywhere, Now and for the Long Haul

The coronavirus made remote operations a reality for companies that hadn’t chosen it. Some had the right technology in place to make smooth transitions to our new normal, while others quickly scrambled to make it work.

Recognizing Our Nonprofit Clients for Their Innovation

A roundup from a number of our nonprofit clients and grant recipients are sharing how they are connecting online with their constituents.

Looking for Answers to the Ongoing SBA Legislation? We Want to Help

Early SBA loan funds dried up fast, but a new relief package is on the way. We know businesses had questions during the first installment of loans, and they still have many unanswered questions.

How Creating a COVID-19 Rapid Response Team Is Helping Companies Maneuver Through the Crisis

As you’re well aware by now, these are unprecedented times, and you likely have more questions than answers about how your business can weather the storm. Many are calling this a “black swan” event, an extremely rare occurrence that came as a surprise and was not preceded by any concerted preparation.
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