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Infographic: LinkedIn Rules for Candidates

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You only get one chance to make a first impression, don’t let yours be unprofessional. Check out our tips to make the most out of LinkedIn. Continue reading

Social Skills: Social Media for Employers [video]

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How you present yourself as an employer on social media not only affects the perception of your employees and potential candidates, but can impact the relationship you have with customers. In the new age of accountability and transparency, your audience is constantly looking for better ways to make informed decisions. What they find online creates a multidimensional profile of who you are as an organization. Learn more in our latest Vidfographic!

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media for Employers

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How you present yourself as an employer on social media not only affects the perception of your employees and potential candidates, but can impact the relationship you have with customers. In the new age of accountability and transparency, your audience is constantly looking for better ways to make informed decisions. What they find online creates a multidimensional profile of who you are as an organization.

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Generation Re-evaluation: Engaging Millennials [video]

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Raised on a diet of technology and participation trophies, Millennials are challenging the corporate world to find ways to engage them.  By 2030 they’ll make up 75% of the workforce, however, Millennials may not be what you think…  Watch the Vidfographic to explore our research on this important demographic.

INFOGRAPHIC: Engaging Millennials

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Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are defined as being born between 1980 and 2000, but perhaps you know them more for their stereotypes: narcissists, the selfie generation, social media addicts, overly sensitive. Supposedly, they’re unorthodox, they want special treatment, and they have no work ethic.

But they’re here—and their numbers in the workplace are growing. Check out our infographic to find out what engages them – it may surprise you. Continue reading