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Community-minded brands


For a community-minded brand, it is not just the sales process that is important. These brands are concerned about helping the wider community. They focus on socially conscious activities as much as they focus on employee productivity. They want to improve the quality of life in the communities where they do business.

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Ketchum CEO Discusses Serving Employees and Communities Through DE&I


By the time the news reached his office, they… Continue reading Ketchum CEO Discusses Serving Employees and Communities Through DE&I. The post Ketchum CEO Discusses Serving Employees and Communities Through DE&I appeared first on Culpwrit.


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Why Educating Employees on Inclusive Language Matters


And even if you issue public statements supporting social justice movements or decrying injustices experienced by specific identity communities, today’s audiences are savvy at reading between the lines. Outline language references related to a range of identity communities, such as race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual identity, age, etc.,

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Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Jermaine Haughton


This #BlackHistoryMonth, we're celebrating our employees from the BAME community.

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Our Communications and Our Community: Our Third Space

Landis PR

By Landis Communications Inc. What role does the community play? And how can communications impact the results? In her speech, Brenda said we should think of society in terms of three spaces: the first, our home, our friends and family; the second, our work; and the third, our community. At ODC, Landis Communications Inc.

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14 examples that can help you update your social media community guidelines

Communications Conversations

And, after the year we all just had, if you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to revisit your social media community guidelines. You know, that document you post to your social pages (or link to on your web site) that outlines what your fans, customers, partners, vendors and employees can and cannot do on your social media pages.

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The Power of Local Knowledge: Why Product Development Should Start with Listening to Your Community

Stern + Associates

How can organizations confidently take advantage of the benefits associated with modern technology while avoiding negative impacts on surrounding communities? Existing data science techniques cannot accurately understand key cultural nuances in language amongst predominantly communities of color.

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