VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR IN 1981. And it’s still one of the most powerful tools you’ve got.

VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR IN 1981. And it’s still one of the most powerful tools you’ve got.

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Sheridan Orr
Jun 13, 2017
Mobile users are more likely to watch a 2-minute video than to read for that same amount of time. Futhermore, what you tell them will be more memorable. Research shows that our brains process visuals 60,000 times faster than text, and that viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it in a video compared to 10% when reading text.
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How to be a Pay Equity Superhero

How to be a Pay Equity Superhero

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Murray Simpson, Ph.D
Jun 01, 2017
If superheroes are willing to fight for truth, justice and the American Way, then surely they would fight for pay equity, wouldn’t they?
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Overcoming Service Department Challenges in the New Technology Realm

Overcoming Service Department Challenges in the New Technology Realm

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Patrick Torney
May 31, 2017
PeopleFluent takes Customer Support very seriously, constantly innovating on how we can best service our clients. We consider ourselves (*ahem*) experts in customer service and client support.
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Three Ways a Bad Candidate Experience Is a Lot Like a Bad First Date

Three Ways a Bad Candidate Experience Is a Lot Like a Bad First Date

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Sheridan Orr
May 30, 2017
The adage “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” is sage advice. And there are two instances where failure to follow it is a certain deal breaker: first dates and job interviews. This wisdom applies to your company, as well as the candidate.
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Is Your Learning Strategy Like a Fidget Spinner?

Is Your Learning Strategy Like a Fidget Spinner?

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Charles Spofford
May 24, 2017
Spring’s hot fad – the fidget spinner - was originally created for adults, advertised to help people with trouble focusing. Yet, after a leap in popularity with kids (holding every spot on Amazon toys top 20 best sellers), these trendy toys are now being banned from some classrooms because teachers feel they actually distract students from their school work.
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