Does your company employ a multigenerational workforce? If so, your organization might significantly benefit by adopting a reciprocal mentoring program that leverages talents, skills and knowledge to bridge generational gaps surrounding technology — such as social media — corporate culture and team building. Given the generational divide, older and younger workers often feel disconnected when […]
Currently, more than half of employers in the U.S. are blocking workplace social media access. They give a number of reasons for blocking access to social media sites. Most prevalent, those employers believe time spent on social networks is lost productivity that the company will never regain, so when you block social media, you know […]
Thinking about blogging? Below are the major topics I discuss with CEOs who are considering setting up a blog. To blog or not to blog Do you have the time to commit to blogging? A successful blog, whether CEO- or company-driven, takes a time commitment, not only to allocate to the writing of compelling and […]
Let’s face it: We all want to be liked. But when it comes to being liked in the social media space — specifically Facebook — many companies make the mistake of measuring the quantity of the “likes” they receive as opposed to the quality. The reality is that the quality of the likes is often […]
BuzzPhoria PR client The Village of Rochester Hills is hosting a free Mother’s Day event.
Many of us have become tethered to our businesses 24 hours a day, seven days a week because of technology. Look around any restaurant, meeting or social function and watch as those around you check their texts, e-mails and social media activity. For better or worse, we have become slaves to technology and in many […]