At the state level in New York, lawmakers are also considering a 90-day rent freeze, which would go further than the existing moratoriums on rent and mortgages in the state, allowing tenants to stop paying rent while providing relief for landlords. “Tenants who don’t have income are obviously not going to be paying rent,” state senator Michael Gianaris, who introduced the bill, told New York Magazine. “Whether we put some kind of regulatory structure around it or not, we have to recognize the reality on the ground.” Gianaris is working to try to pass the bill immediately, though it’s not clear how quickly it can happen. … [Read more...] about How are people supposed to pay April rent if they lost their jobs due to coronavirus?
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When should a borrower opt for the moratorium? As Moneycontrol has explained in earlier articles, the EMI deferral is not a benefit to any category of borrower since it is not a waiver or a payment holiday. It is only a relief for the distressed borrower who has lost income during the COVID-19 lockdown and does not have the money to pay up their EMIs. … [Read more...] about SBI’s ‘automatic’ EMI moratorium offer: Watch out for this hidden risk for borrowers
What started as a small Telegram group to discuss challenges arising out of the outbreak, has now evolved into a 900-member strong community. Equipped with technology, it is collaborating with state governments to raise awareness and track trends among other things. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | It’s Startup Vs Covid-19 as techies, investors help states fight outbreak
More than 70% of leaders say their teams do not collaborate on their most important business problems, and 70% say their teams are conflict avoidant, according an ongoing study conducted by the Ferrazzi Greenlight Research Institute. Only two in five leaders believe that members of their team have developed caring, trusting, or supportive relationships with one another. Only one in five leaders believe that their teams are reaching their full potential. And the move to remote work (especially under fraught circumstances in which everyone is legitimately concerned about their families’ health and the future of the global economy) will likely make a bad situation worse—unless as leaders we take some action. … [Read more...] about ‘Virtual’ doesn’t have to mean second best. Your remote team can outrun traditional ones