All Blog Posts Tagged 'communications' (8)

Twitter Changes in 2014: 5 Strategic Cautions



Summary
: Recent and forthcoming Twitter changes may serve the company's short-term interests, but they may not lay the best foundation for long-term success.

This post offers five strategic cautions that remind Twitter to think of itself as a utility rather than a novelty,…

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Added by Courtney Hunt on January 13, 2014 at 7:30am — 6 Comments

Effective Communication in the New Workplace

Check out iCIMS' latest blog post from iCIMS guest blogger Mike McKerns.



Mike McKerns, SPHR is the Founder and CEO of Mamu Media, LLC and the Editor-in-Chief of their branded and custom magazines. He partners with HR thought leaders to help them and Mamu Media’s clients share…

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Added by Elise Jennings on August 6, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Tumbln into Tumblr: 7 Reasons it Hits a Social Media “Sweet Spot”

Tumblr seal If you haven’t considered adding Tumblr to your social media portfolio yet, my latest blog post offers seven reasons why it hits a “sweet spot” for established individual and organizational users, complementing and augmenting engagement on other platforms in unique and effective ways. Additional reasons are welcome.…

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Added by Courtney Hunt on September 11, 2012 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Blurry Boundaries – Home, Work, Media

People have always taken work home with them, but the boundaries between home and work are increasingly blurry.  Ask some executives where they work, and they respond “Here!” (wherever they are), and ask them where they live, and they respond “In airports and airline lounges!”

Social media and modern devices enable us to be constantly connected…

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Added by Mark Bregman on October 27, 2011 at 1:40pm — No Comments

How To Improve Your Writing

For all the advantages of the Internet, the acceleration of communication, quantity of communication, and format of communication tends to have consequences. Sometimes quality of the communication is diminished.…
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Added by Rich on February 14, 2010 at 12:31pm — No Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility Base Camp

I rarely ever hear of medium to large sized SMEs ever attempting to develop any kind of 'employment brand' or being bothered about their employer reputation. I also hardly ever see any evidence of it in any of the recruitment communications that these companies put out.



Amazingly, they then compound the problem by treating those applicants who do respond to their self-indulgent job announcements/Internet postings, with very little respect. These applicants are people who invariably… Continue

Added by Mitch Sullivan on September 10, 2009 at 11:01am — 1 Comment

Resume Blasting - Mistake

Resume Blasting is something that I have a strong opinion on - that is NEVER do it. It looks desperate, something that a less qualified candidate would do in a shotgun approach to offload their resume to as many sharks as possible. Does one really think that works? A recruiter or HR manager receives an email from one of the blasting services - something that is non personal and gives little attention to the person whose resume they are sending. Better yet…..the professional using the service… Continue

Added by Jason Monastra on January 26, 2009 at 9:33am — No Comments

Advantages of Web-based Onboarding

With web-based onboarding—which automates that process—experts say employers can drive productivity and acclimate employees better into their organizations.

According to Enwisen, web-based onboarding’s popularity has grown increasingly over the years as more

employers seek to streamline the hiring process, allowing companies to:

• Track and monitor new hires in the… Continue

Added by George Scifo on December 18, 2008 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

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