3 Ways To Deploy The Power of PR Amid the Great Resignation

October 20, 2021Public Relations

BY CATHERINE BORMANN The great resignation has leaders and HR professionals working around the clock to solve the seemingly impossible global talent shortage. According to a Paychex Pulse of HR Report, which surveyed 1,000 HR decision-makers, 98% of HR leaders say the pandemic has transformed their role and 70% say this has been one of … Read More

Media: Friend or Foe

June 2, 2021Communication, Marketing, Public Relations

The tennis at The French Open is just getting into full swing, but the drama is already swirling off the courts. The world’s highest paid female athlete, Naomi Osaka announced that she would not be talking to journalists at the tournament due to mental health concerns. Following her announcement, the tournament organizers issued a statement … Read More

The Op-Ed is Dead; Long Live the Op-Ed

May 26, 2021Public Relations

A few weeks ago, The New York Times announced it was retiring the term “op-ed,” which stands for opposite the editorial page. The reason? “In the digital world, in which millions of Times readers absorb the paper’s journalism online, there is no geographical “Op-Ed,” just as there is no geographical “Ed” for Op-Ed to be … Read More