Although many publications and experts put forth advice on how to create content for and increase visibility and engagement on social media, few talk about the best practices for starting a company account. Have no fear! We’ve rounded up the basic ABC’s of creating corporate social media accounts.Read More
What does “Parks and Recreation,” “Mad Men,” “The Mindy Project” and “The Office” have in common? They are TV shows that revolve around the workplace. Judging from the popularity of these shows, people love watching office dynamics...so long as they are about other people.
On August of last year, Paychex surveyed 2000 people on employee retention. Thirty-two percent said they have left or would leave a job if they did not get along with their co-workers. For comparison purposes, lack of intellectual challenge falls short with 29 percent, unavailable 401(k) with 21 percent and sensed imminent layoffs with 19 percent. This means more people prefer to work routine and unsecured jobs than being in a place where they do not mesh well with their co-workers.Read More
Creative work requires mental focus and time to think. But in the busy life of a communicator, eliminating distractions at work can be a real challenge. Between client calls, trips to the printer, hundreds of emails, and the occasional coffee break, it’s tough to settle down and crank out quality content. I bet you can’t even get through this article without an interruption of some sort.Read More
Choosing health care benefits can be a daunting task, especially when plans change from year to year, and it takes an advanced degree to interpret medical terminology. Your job as a communicator is to demystify open enrollment communications and allow employees to be informed consumers.Read More