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Job Sourcing Emails: 5 Steps To Get Them Read

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Job sourcing emails are a great way to uncover jobs never posted online.  It takes work to find opportunities this way but it could be well-worth the effort.  If your email is concise and professional, you might get the attention of the right person.  It’s all about crafting the right…

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Faisal Shafique Company Gains Access To a Network of 40 Million

CommPRO Editorial Staff With an active resume of over 40 million engaged followers, Faisal Shafique, has the ability and experience to manage social media to reach millions on a daily basis and generate exposure for brands and influencers. The company also offers Social Media Management services, using their extensive connections to build your brand, its…

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Worst Case Scenario

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR Scenarios in which companies can get caught up in crises involve multiple deaths, a company one in which a disgruntled customer or estranged spouse of an employee enters the company and begins shooting or an employee who happens to be one of several victims in an incident outside the workplace. The…

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Consumer Identity in a Segmented World

Ivan Bojanic, Senior Integration Architect and Nancy Walter, Integration Architect, Gongos, Inc. A team of talented insights managers can inform product lines and marketing campaigns based on consumer segments, but if they don’t accurately reflect the individuals within, it’s all for naught. Human identity has always been a fluid and complex commodity, but never more…

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Speaking Frankly: The Impact of Sarah Sanders on the Role of the Spokesperson

Linda J. Popky, Founder of Leverage2Market Associates Last week, Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced she was resigning from her position as White House Press Secretary after about 2 years on the job. Spokespeople are, by definition, the voice and face of the organizations they represent. Their statements and actions reflect back on their organizations, and their approach…

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5 Crucial Ways to Improve Business Fitness

Susan Parks, Freelance Blogger With a trade war raging in China and concerns about a global economic slowdown growing, many small business owners are left wondering what to do. Do they stay the course, investing for growth and bringing on more staff? Or do they rein it in and take a more cautious approach? As…

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Time to Rethink Employee Engagement Strategies

Zoe Connolly Co-Founder & Managing Director, Hospitality Spotlight Companies today must rethink their employee engagement strategies and communication techniques. This means going beyond what was a typical employee/employer affiliation in order to attract and retain top talent. Fortunately, there are technologies on the market that make this easier, and which can improve every facet of the…

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You Risk It All By Not Taking Risks

Mayke Nagtegaal, COO, MessageBird It’s 2019, and women are owning the moment—recognizing that we hold the power to write our own rules and pursue our wildest ambitions. Yet, when it comes to taking risks at work and leaps in our careers, the confidence gap still exists—with many women still second-guessing our qualifications and fearing backlash about…

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Job Hunting Mistakes: 8 To Avoid

Looking for a job is complicated. From your first contact, everyone is looking at you. It can be nerve-wracking and it’s easy to slip up. There are a number of mistakes that candidates make. So take a deep breath and watch out for these 8 blunders.

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Nonprofits: What They Really Mean to Our Economy

Michael Darnaud Nonprofits represent over 5% of the US economy and yet, most people have a number of misconceptions about them. In your own experience, you’ve probably heard things like “it’s harder to work with nonprofits than with for-profit businesses”, “they don’t operate efficiently” or “they represent a very small portion of the economy”. The…

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New Year, New Job 2019

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub New year, new job.  While it sounds like a great new year’s resolution, in actuality it will take time and a plan.  What do you want and what do you need to get there are just two questions you need to figure out.  To start the process, here are a few…

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The Most Important Quality I Look for in a New Hire

Lauren Parker, Executive Vice President, FrazierHeiby, @ImLaurenParker Hiring quality employees, particularly in the boutique agency setting, can be challenging. When you’re adding to a small team, new hires make a big impact on company culture, productivity and client service. So, when I’m reviewing resumes and interviewing prospects, there is one quality I look for that…

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Trending in 2018: Top 10 Articles

Editor’s Note:  As we close the books on 2018, we celebrate our contributors and their generosity in sharing their wisdom and insight with us. We are grateful that you are a member of the CommPRO community. We look forward to continuing to bring great content to our readers in 2019. If you would like to join…

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