With the #25Reasons Project I held predetermined goals based on previously held ideas of social media marketing best practices. I believed:
This is a clip from an episode of Seinfeld entitled “The Soup Nazi”. Towards the end of the clip you see the Soup Nazi describe his logic in refusing service to people who do not follow the rules of his business. Angry Customers on Twitter On more than one occasion I’ve seen angry tweets fired […]
When searching for internships, I’m often confronted by the above statement. As an older non-student seeking experience, my pet peeve is finding great internships that I cannot apply for because I’m not in school. What are your job search pet peeves?
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Why is cultural fit integral to your job search and how can you determine this ahead of time? Consider the following statistics on new hires and cultural fit: 86 percent of employees make a decision to stay or leave within the first six months. 50 percent of new employees fail to deliver what their organizations expect 40 […]
Harrisburg University, a small college located in Pennsylvania recently put its students and faculty on social probation. I can see why this might seem like a good idea, and I had to do something similar when I was in college, but it’s a dangerous lesson that doesn’t account for the good that can come from […]