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Corporate citizenship in America: Companies take a variety of approaches, but measurement and reporting need improvement

Agility PR Solutions

Corporate citizenship activities—which include corporate grants, employee volunteerism, education and community engagement, disaster aid, and racial injustice and equality support—are great ways to accomplish good things for US companies.

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Bringing Employees Back to Work Safely


As parts of the country continue to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown, business owners are rethinking their workspaces to help their employees feel safe and productive. Twitter and Square, for example, have both announced that their employees can continue to work remotely. But not everyone has those options. Wear cloth face covers.

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How to Build a Stronger Business Through Community Engagement and Event Marketing

Burrelles Fresh Ideas

One of the ways to achieve this is by harnessing the power of in-person community engagement and event marketing. Establishing community-engagement goals When businesses embrace a community focus , they can gain a variety of benefits. Nevertheless, effective community engagement won’t take the same shape for every company.

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In This Competitive Job Market, Your Company Needs an Integrated Employee Value Proposition

Stern + Associates

We all recognize that experiences during and after covid have fundamentally affected not only employee experiences on the job, but also what employees look for in an employer. When used correctly, this data drives conversation and change to create an integrated employee value proposition that benefits both employers and employees.

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Employee advocacy: The secret to creating authentic communication

PR in High Definition

When employees become advocates, they act as a reliable source of truth. Step 1: Where do you stand on employee sentiment? Before creating any kind of communications strategy, you must understand the current sentiment of your workforce. If you’re looking to scale your employee advocacy programme, start small and build up.

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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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The 22 Responsibilities of PR and What They Entail


Corporate Communications As companies grow, corporate communications become more important. Corporate communicators regularly work with stakeholders across the organization to develop and distribute pertinent info to employees and key affiliates. Media Measurement Reporting on established metrics isn’t enough today.

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