Facebook is changing. So much so that it’s getting hard to keep up with all the news. From social VR to updated news feeds, the social media giant is clearly trying to do something. It may have been a rough couple of years for Facebook, but it’s still one of the most popular platforms for businesses – provided you can break through the new algorithm.
I’m a huge fan of Oregon Ducks football. I’ll just put that out there for anyone who doesn’t know me yet. So I was doubly interested to hear Hall of Fame safety Chad Cota join the “Recruiting with Andrew Nemec” radio show to discuss, well, recruiting. As Cota described, coach Willie Taggart faces hiring challenges that aren’t much different than those we confront every day. “There are two generations that any coaching staff really has to ingratiate themselves to when they get started,” Nemec[...]
The Republican National Convention just came to a close, and the predominant theme of the event (though it was often derailed by other issues) was “Making America Work Again” -- work in the sense of jobs, not necessarily governance. The economy’s recovery from the crippling recession of eight years ago has been anemic. Presidential candidates in both parties are putting the challenges of employment at the forefront of their presentations. The future of gig talent is a pronounced topic of[...]
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