We live in a knowledge-based economy, where intellect is capital. The need for knowledge, information and high skill levels is greater than ever. With information being freely available, the speed of change taking place is quick.
Office networking matters for productivity and engagement. So how do you get started?
Networking on social media matters – but networks are only valuable if they’re relevant.
Social media is revolutionizing the way businesses approach talent acquisition. Platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook now function as channels where recruiters can cultivate direct and authentic relationships between talents and businesses.
Let me guess: You want to use social media to get the vote of confidence of your audience, don’t you? I don’t blame you. Considering how there are over 2.34 bn social media network users globally, it pays to dominate the space since your audience is more likely than not hanging out on the platform.
Usability testing is a key component of any product that puts users first.
Social networking is a significant part of our daily lives. You should decide how to best use social media for personal and professional purposes.