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September 23rd, 2014

Are social media pros underpaid?

According to a recent survey by CIO magazine, the median salary for a social media professional was $43,400. Read More…

September 2nd, 2014

Want the Best Marketing Advice for Recent Graduates? Here are 100 Answers

Know some recent grads who want some career advice? Heidi Cohen pursued a massive undertaking and reached out to a bunch of the smartest people I know or follow, plus many others new to me, and was kind enough to include me in such company. Read the full post here, and view her slideware version below. Read More…

August 12th, 2014

Linked Up on LinkedIn: How to Make Yourself More Recruitable

Whether you are in the process of job hunting or not, here are some LinkedIn tips to help you get noticed by hiring managers and recruiters. Many companies check LinkedIn now when hiring, but as a social media agency, you better believe we are checking out your different social channels, especially LinkedIn! Read More…

July 22nd, 2014

LinkedIn’s new app: Will it transform the job search process?

In case you missed it, LinkedIn may have just transformed the job search process–and this time, for the better. For the MUCH better. Read More…

July 1st, 2014

The big digital hiring shift–and what it means for you

We all heard about Scott Monty leaving Ford recently.

If you didn’t, I’m not sure how you missed it.
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November 19th, 2013

Workplace Flexibility as a Competitive Advantage

Some people still look at workplace flexibility (the ability to work anywhere, anytime, and hopefully be measured by outputs not inputs) as a perk or a bonus whereas the future employee looks at workplace flexibility as a standard way to get work done. The reality is that offering workplace flexibility is quite simply a competitive advantage. Assume that you have employees interviewing at your company (which I’m sure many of you do, every day). New, young, bright, and talented people who have a lot of promise to make valuable contributions. These future employees are becoming pickier with where they want to work and if it comes down to working at a company with flexibility or one without it (even if the pay is a bit higher), most will chose the company that supports flexibility. This means that your organization will have a hard time recruiting top talent. Not only that but you can also expect to see many of your existing employees gravitating to competitive companies that offer flexibility, so not only will you have a hard to recruiting new top talent, you will also be shedding your existing talent.
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