Anyone a country fan? Got any Faith Hill lovers out there?
*Crowd boos, Meg laughs nervously*
One of the first major lessons I learned at my initial job out of college wasn’t in an office setting with fluorescent lighting or while making lunch meetings for my boss. It was in the fitting room of an Anthropologie in Kansas City where I spent several hours a day feeling sorry for myself.
I’d like everyone to take 30 seconds to give their social media feeds a casual scroll.
When you work in the wonderful world of social media, you’re bound to pick up a tip or two to make your job (and your life) a little easier. The content marketing team at Symphony Talent has a few secrets up our sleeves for using social media to work smarter, not harder. Take a leaf out of our (Face)book and give these social media for business #WorkHacks a try!
For those of you who’ve been hiding under a social media, news source, general conversational rock, tomorrow is the highly anticipated, supremely publicized and potentially overrated (just the messenger here) ROYAL WEDDING.
*Insert flock of doves, trumpets sounding, tiny hats, and adorable baby royals.*
I’m not quite on the Prince Harry/Meghan Markle love train like some people, but there is something about weddings that get me in that giddy, kick my heels together, hug a stranger kind of mood. Weddings are just a celebration of good! The wedding ceremony is a symbol of love and devotion, which is one of the sweetest things one has the opportunity to witness.
And that’s something that should be celebrated, just like when a candidate decides to join your work family or celebrates an anniversary with you. Weddings are a great reminder of the emotional connection that people want and need to feel for your company. Define why they’d make a commitment to your company in your Employee Value Proposition and look for opportunities to celebrate the devotion your employees have for your company on social media.