What happens when the outside world calls your employment practices into question? Nick Kalm shares key insights for HR/LR professionals.
What We’re Reading is a monthly roundup of current news, commentary, challenges and trends that impact our industry as well as those of our clients. From how businesses are addressing climate change to the European Super League’s 48-hour lifespan to the importance of crisis preparedness, take a look at the news that stood out to our team in April!
Does your organization regularly distribute a customer or client satisfaction survey? If not, now would be an excellent time to begin. Nick Kalm shares why.
What We’re Reading is a monthly roundup of current news, commentary, challenges and trends that impact our industry as well as those of our clients. From Amazon’s union vote, to Cinnamon Toast Crunch’s surprise ingredient, to work-life balance, take a look at the news that stood out to our team in March!
We are delighted to announce that Fred Walls is the most recent member of the Reputation Partners Boomerang Club! He rejoins RP as an Account Coordinator and Videographer.
From Facebook’s news blackout in Australia, to employer mandated COVID-19 vaccines, to D&I in the workplace, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in February.
We’re excited to share that RJ Bruce has rejoined the RP team as an Account Director! He’s the latest RP boomerang and we couldn’t be more delighted!
Nick Kalm responds to the recent McKinsey settlement and shares key insights for consultants, lawyers, investment bankers and any other advisors faced with challenging ethical dilemmas.
From the new administration’s impact on labor enforcement to lessons learned from the GameStop crisis to adapting pitches to noisy news cycles, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in January!
How did Robinhood, the company whose mission statement claims they “democratize investing for all,” become the villain in the infamous Gamestop-Wall Street hedge fund historic short squeeze that has the financial system upended?
It is an age-old tale of crisis communications missteps.