“Why aren’t we diverse?” Amir Kabel, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Burberry, asked during a webinar about the same topic. “There’s a clear business case - profitability, retention of talent and higher innovation. We need to be comfortable with feeling uncomfortable when we talk about race. We need to be honest that inequalities exist in societies.”
Have you ever looked at someone's Instagram profile and wondered how they created such a sleek and professional-looking feed? In some cases, you may have looked at accounts managed by graphic designers.
In other cases, these eye-catching feeds were designed by regular people. Feeds where pictures flow into each other, and each post plays a part in one cohesive theme, are not that hard to achieve.
They are called puzzle feeds, and we’ll show you how to create them using Canva and one other free tool.
Statistics show that currently there are 3.2 billion social media users worldwide, which translates roughly into 42% of the world’s population. 90.4% of those users are Millennials, who also make up the bulk of today’s workforce. It is no wonder that there are more social media recruiting strategies now than ever before. It is a cost-effective way of encouraging job seekers to apply for vacancies, it can boost your employer branding and create a positive candidate experience.
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Dawn Baird, the owner of communication consultancy Sensei, uses a regimented onboarding process -- not for employees, but for taking on new clients. “If you’re organised from the start, with a firm process in place, and stick to it, it reassures clients. Especially if they have any concerns about working with a sole-trader.”