Media Insights
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On-Set Etiquette

July 23, 2014
Question of the Day: On-Set Etiquette Q: What do clients look for on my first day on the job? How can I make sure they ask me back? If you’ve been in the... Learn More

6 Ways to Beat Work Stress

July 17, 2014
Everyone encounters stress at work and some stress is a good thing. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to handle that stress or ways to keep their work... Learn More

A Day in The Life of an Operations Assistant

June 9, 2014
I am the Operations Assistant for one of TeamPeople's biggest and baddest contracts, (I can’t tell you where for confidentiality reasons….) My job... Learn More

Using Social Media to Find Top Talent & Top Employment

May 4, 2014
Skimming and roaming job boards, is not enough for the job seeker, and if you’re only using job boards to recruit top talent, well you are missing out on a... Learn More

Why Every Media Professional Should Be on Twitter

March 18, 2014
Seriously, What’s the Point of Twitter? Here’s the thing friends, it’s not 2006 anymore.  That’s right, the first Tweet was... Learn More

Investing in Yourself

February 18, 2014
Investing in yourself is one of the best things you can do as a professional and there are countless ways to do so. By investing in yourself you are investing Learn More

Should I Invest in a 401K Plan?

February 4, 2014
Many people ask me the question, "Should I invest in a 401K plan?" The answer YES! This is not a financial blog and I’m not going to Learn More

What They Don't Teach Media Professionals in College

January 28, 2014
Many have debated the pros and cons of studying media through higher education. It can be said that the media work force is a hands on field; and that most Learn More

Loving What You Do

January 20, 2014
So many times, I hear from people that they do not like their job or dislike what they’re doing.  I always ask, them – “then, why are Learn More

Start the New Year Right with SMART Goals

January 4, 2014
Each year things change, you’ve gained a new job, learned new skills, graduated from a program or gained a new certification.  And throughout the Learn More