Developing a Social Media Policy for Your Team
Social media plays a significant role within your organization. Your customers expect you to be online and available to answer questions and complaints at any time. Because your brand needs to stay connected with current and potential customers, one poorly timed or poorly worded message can have detrimental effects on your company’s reputation. This is why you need to have a social media policy in place. Find out what a social media policy is, why it’s important, and how you
5 Tips for Leveraging Social Media During Your Job Search
Social media plays a key part in today’s job search strategy. You gain insight into opportunities and employers that interest you and learn more about what it’s like to work for a company. You’re also able to see who works for the organization, determine whether you have a connection, and potentially gain an employee referral to increase your odds of securing a position. This is why it’s important to involve social media when finding a new role. Here are five ways to include
4 Tips for Building Your Talent Pipeline
Picture yourself having passive candidates to talk with the next time a hard-to-fill position opens up. Imagine how much time and money you’ll save by having individuals to reach out to when the need arises. Having an available pipeline of candidates not only reduces your time to hire, but also leads to better quality candidates. This is why you need a pipeline strategy in place. Here are four tips to create a talent pipeline. Create an Attractive Company Culture Cultivate a
What Should You Do If You Don’t Feel Challenged at Work?
If you’ve been in your current role a while, you may no longer feel challenged by it. As you repeatedly perform the same responsibilities and gain more experience, you’re able to accomplish the same tasks in less time. Although this make your work easier, it also can cause you to feel complacent. Since you need to be challenged to feel engaged, it’s time to decide what to do about your situation. Find out whether you should stay or go when you no longer feel challenged at wor