Following the initial ‘shock and awe’ of Covid-19, companies and consumers are striving (admittedly, some more successfully than others) to adjust to the ‘new normal’, some of the changes taking place now may be permanent additions to the marketer’s working life. On the one hand, companies previously used to floating serenely are now sailing in.
Since the sending of the first email back in the 70s, a lot has changed. Emails have evolved to become a leading medium of formal as well as informal communications. Since the beginning of the email era, emails have been utilised in almost all aspects of life. One of the most important and modern uses.
So, are you getting enough? It’s a topic that many of us don’t like talking about… However, Brand Recruitment’s Marketing Recruitment Review and Salary Survey 2019/2020 might be able to give you the answer. For this year’s marketing salary survey, we have received more input than ever from our extensive network of candidates, the employers.
Admit it, you only clicked on this article because we put Coronavirus in the title. Coronavirus is everywhere you look; the media have whipped us all up into a frenzy and convinced everyone that we need to stockpile 10 years’ worth of hand sanitizer, face masks and dried or tinned foods. Maybe this is all.
A recent study revealed that 65% of those surveyed felt that poor spelling and grammar was ‘the biggest turn off for [employers] to see on a candidate’s CV’. How you write speaks volumes about you and your abilities. This could also reflect as lack of attention and your professionalism when it comes to completely a.
Glassdoor has recently carried out a study which reveals the most common mistakes candidates make on their CV. This got us thinking at Brand Recruitment, so we’ve put together a list of common ‘mistakes’ we come across daily. We agree with one of the main points Glassdoor makes about the jargon that candidates use on.
While having a good work-life balance is something which we all want, many of us find it impossible to maintain. In fact, four in ten (43.9%) marketers have left a job due to having a poor balance. And who can blame them? When operating in a highly demanding industry, achieving a healthy work-life balance can.
As Microsoft has just finished a trial into four-day working weeks, there’s an opportunity for marketing departments to join forces with HR and widen access to life-enhancing flexible-working schemes. In Japan this past August, Microsoft ran the Work-Life Choice Challenge Summer 2019 experiment. That month, it gave all its 2,300 staff every Friday off for.
Life as a marketing professional is busy. You likely work in a fast-paced environment with plenty of projects and people to juggle. The role, whether it’s as a marketing executive or a marketing manager is demanding, and you might find yourself feeling mentally and physically drained towards the end of the week. In this special.
Remote working, also known as telecommuting, is on the rise. It has increased by 115% in the ten years from 2005 to 2015, and will only increase in popularity thanks to the capabilities of modern technology and the speed of internet traffic. Remote working promotes a healthier lifestyle. It lets you move to a quiet.
As marketing becomes more complex, senior marketers can show junior staff the strategy to succeed As marketing grows to encompass the entire business function, and marketers are expected to develop more skills, it becomes harder to pin down the talents needed to advance and thrive in the profession. It’s no surprise that research published by.
Marketers must bridge the gap between businesses and their customers in ever more challenging conditions. Think you’re up to the challenge? Here’s what you need to know It is a brave boast, but no-one understands the customer more than the marketing team. This critical business function will analyse data and uncover secrets and trends about.
Earlier this month, CIM’s member-only magazine, Catalyst, asked marketers to push themselves out of the ordinary. Step one? Kill your meetings, says Twitter’s EMEA vice-president Bruce Daisley has something of a reputation for work-life balance, broadly setting a series of rules that amplify the power of ‘nothing to do’; namely, finding the time to step away.
Group Captain Nick Bayley explains how a heritage brand cut through a congested media space to inspire the next generation of advocates and supporters from across the UK 2018 was a year of anniversaries: 70 years of the NHS; 100 years of women’s suffrage; 100 years since the end of World War One. It was.
We are in the midst of a crucial moment for marketing. Change is fast paced and dynamic, leaving many businesses scrambling to get up to date with the latest tools and techniques to keep customers engaged. However, whilst remaining up to date with customer expectations is certainly a concern for many a marketing department, businesses.
If the word apprentice brings an image of youthful car mechanics, carpenters or even young Jedis, you are in for a surprise. Modern apprenticeships now include Digital Marketers and PR Assistants. What are the benefits of an Apprenticeship? Give your new and existing employees the skills needed to grow your business Help you recruit and.
Just under a third of marketing professionals currently work from home at least one day a week. Since last year, this figure has increased by 8%, and it is likely that the number of marketers regularly working from home will continue to rise over the years to come. So, why exactly has the number of.
Workplaces are adapting at a fast rate, with seismic changes over the last decade. Businesses now, more than ever, realise the importance of employee wellbeing. The reason is simple—happy staff members are more productive. This positivity also means your retention rates go up. They’ll stay on a long-term basis. As a result, this article explores.
What does the future hold for marketing? With gathering political uncertainty and constantly evolving technology, how will marketers continue to ride the wave of change? The odds are that marketing is due to become even more important. Once upon a time, there was a marketer who worked for a shoe company. She was very talented.
Traditionally, good business practice dictates that your marketing and recruitment departments should have little to do with each other. But in an era of intense competition from businesses the world over for top talent, you should use every available resource you have. As such, here’s an insight into how you can make your hiring strategy.
Some of the most common questions we as recruiters are asked are “What’s the office dress code?” or “What should I wear to my interview?”… We often hear stories from clients that candidates have turned up to interviews dressed too casually or sometimes even dressed inappropriately, and when given that feedback the candidate is often.
Marketers are tasked with keeping up with a rapidly evolving business landscape and eye-wateringly fast technological change. At the same time, many will be seeking to boost their careers during this time of flux. What key skills will marketers need to have on their CVs in the coming years? Skill: Data analysis With data now increasingly.