26 Archived posts matching:"LinkedIn”

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    4 Tools to Make 2023 Your Most Productive and Successful Year at Work

    A new year is a great time to set goals that help you maximize your productivity and professional development. With the right tools, you can make sure that you’re getting the most out of your work and career. From team collaboration platforms that improve workflow to online courses that help you level up your area […]

    • Featured
    • January 8, 2023
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    The Big Ideas of 2023 That Will Change Our World

    At the end of each year, the networking career platform LinkedIn releases its list of big ideas. The site’s editors aggregate feedback from its community of Top Voices and creators to offer predictions for the year ahead. What will 2023 have in store and what will it mean for the future of work, home, and […]

    • ForceBrands
    • December 11, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    The Price of a Dream Job: Would You Take a Pay Cut for the Ultimate Opportunity?

    Would you take a pay cut for your dream job? It’s a tough question but it may be easier to answer depending on what your role is, says LinkedIn‘s latest Workforce Confidence Index. The survey analyzed 25 careers to see who’s most tempted to leave their current role for one that’s more enjoyable but offers less pay. We wanted […]

    • ForceBrands
    • July 2, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    LinkedIn’s Top 50 Companies to Work for in 2022

    LinkedIn released their top companies of 2022 that are investing in their talent and helping people build careers for long-term success. These 50 U.S. workplaces were named the best companies for professionals to grow their careers. From global e-commerce giant Amazon to financial services leader J.P. Morgan, these employers are investing in their people and […]

    • ForceBrands
    • April 13, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    Are We Headed Back to the Office or Destined to Work Remotely Forever?

    It’s been a popular topic of conversation since, well, the start of the pandemic. While many thought offices would only close temporarily for a few weeks, some have shuttered for good. For many, fully remote workplaces are here to stay. In a recent ForceBrands LinkedIn poll, we asked our audience if their company was headed […]

    • ForceBrands
    • March 9, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    Show Me the Money? Here’s What You Had to Say About Compensation

    Compensation. Always the first thing employees mention when asked about their reasons for staying at their job or leaving it. Many companies froze salaries and even reduced them during the pandemic. So we were wondering what’s happening with compensation two years after COVID-19 wreaked havoc on, well, just about everything. Our take from where we […]

    • ForceBrands
    • February 13, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    Are Learning Organizations the Key to Keeping Talent? Here’s What You Had to Say

    For brands to catch fire, companies rely on talent, marketing, and technology as kindling. The pandemic was an accelerant — fast-tracking trends, compressing timelines, and requiring skills of the future, now. Keeping competency current and being proactively prepared for what’s next has never been more important. To build on Albert Einstein’s quote: “Once you stop […]

    • ForceBrands
    • January 23, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    Here’s What You Had to Say About DEI at Work

    Diversity. Equity. Inclusion. Meaningful mandate or empty words? In a series of polls on ForceBrands’ LinkedIn page, we set out to learn how employers are responding to the social justice events of the past few years and what actions they’re taking to build more inclusive workforces. DEI cannot be an afterthought for today’s organizations — it […]

    • ForceBrands
    • January 9, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    ‘Culture Fit’ Is a Myth and Here’s Why

    The Great Resignation has caused a major disruption in the workforce. But perhaps the silver lining to this ‘Great Reshuffle‘ is that it’s encouraged us to reconsider what matters most to us when it comes to working. As it turns out, money can only go so far. Who we work with and where we work […]

    • ForceBrands
    • December 17, 2021
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    These Are the 29 Big Ideas That Will Change Our World in 2022

    Each year, professional networking platform LinkedIn releases a list of big ideas that will shape the new year. Last year’s list predicted that 2021 would be the year we returned to the office, focused our leadership style on character, and designated more C-suite seats to women, among other thoughts. So what does 2022 have in […]

    • ForceBrands
    • December 12, 2021
    • Rebecca Fryer