At first I thought it was a joke, or a singular case, but then the topic kept reoccurring: the idea of it being ok and sometimes encouraged to have your mom hold your hand when you get your first job. Let me take a pause—WHAT!? Why are companies beginning to adhere to this idea? Read more →
We are ecstatic that our Tempe office has been named one of 2012’s Best Places to Work in Arizona by the Phoenix Business Journal! With a company that focuses on creating excellent morale, engages its employees, offers above-the-standard employer benefits and encourages team building, creativity and collaboration, who wouldn’t want to go to work?! Read more →
Last week, Social Media Club Knoxville hosted a panel discussion on social media liability, ethics and policy. The topic, which drew a lot of interest locally, is a big issue for numerous organizations, including some of our larger clients.
As companies of all sizes start getting involved in social media, it’s becoming increasingly more important for many of them to create a social media policy for their employees. Read more →
Earlier this week, I (along with most other PR pros) came across a blog post by Aunty B, a woman who answers questions from disgruntled business people.
While I’ve never seen this blog before, this particular question riled up many of much of the Twittersphere (myself included): Read more →