Tag: Twitter

If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say … Definitely Don’t Tweet It!

The old adage—“If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all”—definitely rings true for social media, as it would in the real world. However, why is it that people still haven’t grasped this concept? With more and more employers screening social media, you would think current and prospective employees would be […]

Social Media Training Shouldn’t Be Ignored

In yesterday’s Advisor, Francine Esposito, Esq., partner at Day Pitney LLP, discussed the challenge of managing employees’ use of social media and the consequences of taking improper actions. Today, Esposito elaborates on a different set of consequences: those that arise from not taking any action at all on the issue of social media.

You’re No Posh Spice; Go Home and Change Your Shoes!

It was recently reported that Victoria Beckham, AKA Posh Spice, has turned in her heels for the more comfortable option of flats, while on the job. Beckham told The Telegraph, that “I just can’t do heels anymore, especially when I’m working,” adding that “I travel a lot. I have to be comfortable.”  Every working girl […]

More Strange but True Job Interviews from You!

A few weeks ago, we reported on CareerBuilder’s list of strange things that have happened during job interviews. From stolen family photos to pet birds in shirts, there were no shortages of strange events that made it to the CareerBuilder® list.  Our readers also chimed in on their strangest interviews:

Have You Learned How to Use Social Media for Recruiting?

Recruiting is a key skill that can benefit from new technologies, such as social media, as much as any other professional skill. IF you learn how to use the technology effectively. In today’s Advisor, we get expert answers to a few frequently asked questions (FAQs) on this current topic.

Train Project Managers to Not Let Efficient Communication Damage Projects

    This may sound difficult to believe, but it can be true! In the definition of efficient, we find the following: “achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense.” While this is great for busy executives and companies, it is terrible for projects, especially when it comes to communicating about the project with […]