COVID-19 had a direct impact on resources available to the public. It affected travel, transportation, medicine, and retail stores. This created a shift in the workforce and caused an increase in self-employed work (Ilie et al., 2020). The uptick in self-employed work caused the creation of new innovative work and ideas. Organizations had to pivot to the expectation of new entrants/disruptors quickly. The pandemic shut down the world, which changed employees' family dynamics. The work environment was no longer black or white but an array of grays. While the government had to focus more on the medical impacts and supply and demand of products and services, individual organizations struggled to find a healthy balance for employees to manage the significant change in society.