The report provided valuable information of highest paid employees vis-a-vis the schools they graduate. But it’ll be more value adding if data is first classified per industry, before ranking the schools from highest paid and below. In this way, a better context is given to interpret and analyze the data.
Bloggers have three templates for growth– build the blog as a start-up, be a professional who blogs, or both.
I saw several criticisms on my timeline against AlDub, but I find it more prudent to learn some lessons on people management and marketing.
Remember Christopher Sengseng? The subject of a viral photo now has his own KFC TV commercial, thanks to social media.
Social capital is the goodwill that we invested to the community. This investment will yield favourable returns towards a positive public relations
We are living in an age where brand find ways to stand out. Brands practice social responsibility, innovate and go the extra mile.
Employer branding and selecting right employees to be brand ambassadors play a big role in sourcing for high value applicants and keeping good employees
There is a need to recalibrate sourcing strategies, and about time for HR to learn a thing or two about marketing.
With the renewed interest to blogging, it is ideal for seasoned bloggers to collaborate with new generation of bloggers to re-visit the value adding uses of blogs, to benefit not only the community but the blogger too.
Online presence is the engine. Value adding contents is the fuel. Social media is the vehicle that will take you to your dream job
Eight reasons why I still blog, despite the social media boom.
We often read customer first policy in frames, but we rarely see this in action during difficult situation. But Krispy Kreme proved me wrong.
With recent findings by NSCB of choosy job seekers, recruiters should exert more effort on HR Marketing.
I believe on personal branding bec. on 2008, I became an Asst. Vice President. A head hunter discovered my blog via search engine, and my linkedIn profile.
Blogs are good platform to push for the advocacy we support. Blogs serve as the main source of content, social media serves as channel for promotion.
Marketing can build a brand, it can give an illusion of success. But if a campaign is built on half truths, everything will fall a part.
I often hear this in success talks, “it’s not only about you, it’s about the right connection, having access to the right people at the right time”
LinkedIn thru its Linkedin Companies is now offering company pages with the purpose of providing a platform for “job seekers to learn more about a company, it’s culture, products and services.
In the absence of your own website, or professional blog, about.me is a good alternative to put your online persona under one page.
There are many voices in social web and the internet, to be relevant, one must offer value adding options to life’s miseries.