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Many people are choosing to relocate to somewhere that offers a more relaxed pace and more small-town charm. Others may crave the hustle and bustle of a big city or may want to ditch their commute entirely and become fully remote. Each of these scenarios offers lots of opportunities, so let’s look at the ways a big move could be the next big step for your career. 

Is your business inflation-ready?

As more economic stimulus has been poured into the economy over the last year in an attempt to stave off the worst effects of the pandemic, an increasing number of economic professionals have warned against a coming spike in inflation. Finding ways to creatively cope with a potential loss in the real value of company holdings is something every business should consider.

How environmentalism and the oil and gas industry can coexist

Land reclamation and restoration is the process of reclaiming and restoring the land in and around an oil and gas site, pipeline, or mining location after extraction is complete. A Reclamation Plan is being required by more and more state and federal agencies as part of a surface use plan of operation, including in Colorado where reclamation is required by the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC).

CHC Training is breaking state line barriers with online environmental safety trainings

Danaya Wilson, the company’s CEO and cofounder, imagines a training platform where classes are taken virtually online and are approved across the country—not just in the state where the course is locally administered. By offering new course material and refresher courses online for industry workers to gain their recertifications more conveniently, CHC Training is refreshing the industry itself in much-needed ways.  

Creativity: A requirement for family law practitioners

COVID-19 continues to impact families on all fronts, like exacerbating conflict with added financial strain, stressors of remote learning for children and isolation from others. COVID-19 also limited avenues for relief. Family law attorneys faced delayed hearings and confronted new obstacles. These unprecedented changes demand a new sense of creativity. Learn more from one attorney's three-step approach.