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Posts From the monthly archives: "December 2020"

“Fluffy” LinkedIn posts featuring fun facts and photos from your office’s recent Taco Tuesday celebration aren’t helping you build a brand as a knowledgeable, premier talent advisor. But that doesn’t mean you need to produce expensive videos and podcasts to build credibility as a talent access subject matter expert.  Written content can…(Read More)

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“If they want to thrive in the new World of Work, resilient organizations will put a priority on identifying, attracting, and engaging people with the right skills and experience to achieve their goals. Their workforces will embrace many types of workers — permanent, interim, in-person, remote — and will engage partners anywhere in the world.…(Read More)

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By Jessica Hollander-Torres Building a social media calendar can mean the difference between feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of posting and feeling reassured you are on the right track to building and sharing your subject matter expertise. Here’s how to get started: Identify Your Goal Ask yourself what you’re hoping to achieve…(Read More)

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This spring, organizations around the world were forced to move tradeshows, conferences, retreats, and other networking events online — sometimes overnight. Coming off the success of MRI’s United 2020 Conference, VP Marketing Jessica Hollander-Torres shared advice with Forbes on how to avoid sacrificing engagement when your event moves online. When it comes to planning…(Read More)

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The U.S. economy added 245,000 non-farm jobs in November, below the 410,000-job growth forecast by economists. The unemployment rate edged down to 6.7 percent. While November is the seventh consecutive month of both job growth and unemployment rate improvement, the pace of that improvement has moderated reflecting the ongoing…(Read More)

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By now you’ve seen and heard a lot about the hybrid workforce that is destined to be part of the new World of Work for the foreseeable future. As we get closer to a vaccine and the end of the pandemic, it’s unlikely that you will go back entirely to the old way…(Read More)

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