So…I’m just going to say it. Digital professionals are always banging on about why they should be paid more for their services and skills. When I first heard this I used to ask myself why, yet having been around digital marketing people for the last few years I completely support what is now, quite.
NOTE **Since this blog was first posted, the Marketing Recruitment Review & Salary Survey 2016 has now been released, check it out here** So, are you getting enough? It’s a topic that many of us don’t like talking about… However, Brand Recruitment’s soon to be released Marketing Recruitment Review and Salary Survey 2016 might be able to.
This article is actually something a bit different to my usual posts. At Brand, we’re hiring within our Cambridge office and I am using this article to do a bit of promotion. Sorry if you’re looking for marketing insight, which is my usual bag…you may not find it reading this post! But if you –.
There is often a point in many marketing careers when someone seriously considers the idea of becoming a contractor. It might be that you have an excellent track record of successes behind you and want a new challenge, or that you feel that you can’t progress any further in your permanent role. It.
Look around you… Branding, brochures, print and PR – it’s everywhere! Hark back to your younger self and remember when you were thinking where you wanted to be in five, ten or twenty years. Did you ever consider a career in marketing? If so, why? Personally, I did consider it, as did many of my peers.
Firstly, what does a Category Manager do? It is a category manager’s job to try to maximise the company’s profit from selling products within a specific category. This may be looking after a broad category such as ‘confectionery’ or they may focus closely on a more specific category, such as ‘snacking’. A category manager will.
As we wave goodbye to 2015 and welcome 2016, it is no secret that the New Year is the busiest time of the year for the majority of the recruitment world – you only have to Google search ‘best time of year to find a new job’ and you’ll instantly find a number of supporting.
Human Resources sometimes gets a negative reputation, but here are 5 reasons why you should probably show your HR department a bit more love! They see everything… Human Resources are often the eyes and ears of a company as they have exposure to all aspects of the business. The HR function can see where potential.