October 2007 - December 2006
The Mid-Level Gap; Phone Interviews; Working With Search Firms; Speechwriting 101
Many resumes pass through our e-mail inboxes at Heyman Associates, and we handle assignments ranging from mid-level professionals to "C" suite. It is interesting to see the ebb and flow of the job market (though we enjoy the flow more, of course). A trend has emerged over the past year or so that is impacting all corporate communications departments, agencies and non-profits: a conspicuous lack of mid-level communications professionals. Why is this happening?
Flex Schedules & Telecommuting; Financial Services Industry; Investor Relations
Now that the weather has finally turned warmer and the days are longer, it's time to get ready for summer and some time away from the office. As you think about when you can safely be away from your desk and how you'll stay connected if needed while you're gone, do you find yourself wishing for more flexibility in how you work all year?
Higher Education - Collegiate Communications Facing An Evolving New World
Providing a solid education is no longer enough. Colleges and universities now compete on multiple levels to provide a complete outstanding learning and living experience, creating new challenges for communicators.
New Technology Primer - An Overview Of New Technologies And How You Can Use Them
We know how you feel—technology is advancing so quickly that it can seem hard to keep up. Just as we adopt a new device or piece of software and integrate it into the way we work, there are at least three more demanding our attention. What benefits do these technologies bring? How can you harness their power to help your organization communicate more effectively with technology-savvy audiences?