Networking in 2014: How to Increase Your Net Worth | Personal …

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Networking is an excellent way to increase your net worth as a job seeker because not only does it help you discover jobs, but also build your personal brand and credibility as a professional. When you leverage your network, …

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5 Hiring Trends for 2014: What to Know Before You Send Out Your Resume – MainStreet

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5 Hiring Trends for 2014: What to Know Before You Send Out Your Resume
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The concept of “free agency” has been around for a while, says Angela Hills, executive vice president of Pinstripe, a talent acquisition and management firm.

Janet Muir‘s insight:

"Companies will be sitting down and really looking at which roles are best suited to the temporary, contract model and which roles may even be best outsourced," Hills says. "These kinds of conversations has been going on for years, but most companies realize it’s time to get some real discipline around hiring contractors."

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4 Ways to Make Every Hire Count BY Kelly Kearsley – Inc.com

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4 Ways to Make Every Hire Count BY Kelly Kearsley
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As you’re streamlining your recruiting strategies, don’t forget about employee retention, says Gimbel. “So you have your client interface, your acquisition of new talent, and recruiting.

Janet Muir‘s insight:

Looking for more quality hires in 2014?  Always be interviewing and networking, read on for other great tips!

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Infographic: 2013 Mobile Marketing Stats and Figures

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Did we mention mobile last year? I can’t tell you how many thousands of mentions we made and continue to make. Still – only 25% of companies have a mobile strategy… ouch. Text messaging, mobile web, mobile applications and mobile email are standard for every marketing strategy. If you’re not up to speed, you’re losing a large portion of the audience that needs your product or service.

 

The numbers are startling – the majority of companies admit to not having a mobile strategy, and my guess is that those who think that they have a mobile strategy are misinformed. They think that simply having an app or a mobile-friendly website suffices for a strategy. Fortunately brands are starting to get wise with things like responsive design and HTML5 web apps vs. native apps, and marketers are allocating more and more budget to mobile advertising. Neil Bhapkar, Uberflip VP of Marketing.

 

Janet Muir‘s insight:

It is interesting that only 25% of companies still don’t  have a mobile strategy.   Make sure to get this on your list for 2014!

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