Reading Time: 8 minutes Amidst all the uncertainty and anxiety the COVID-19 crisis has brought to our world, these companies took actions that support their corporate values. Here are companies living their values during COVID-19. How companies care for their people during a crisis is a true test. Indeed,
Reading Time: 8 minutes The Stories Inc. team has quickly learned how to expertly capture employee stories virtually and create marketing videos remotely. An employee we interviewed recently said, “2020 is an unprecedented year of change for this world.” Yes, that about sums it up. Like all businesses, ours
Reading Time: 7 minutes COVID-19 changed the employment world for nurses and other healthcare industry team members, seemingly overnight. However, what has not changed is a critical, long-term need to attract the best nursing talent. Nurse Appreciation Week is May 6-12, and the World Health Organization named 2020
Reading Time: 6 minutes COVID-19 is causing us to change the ways we find and share stories. Currently, all of us in employer brand and recruitment marketing are rethinking our approaches to content creation and promotion. The way we produce content is also changing. With the move to remote
Reading Time: 5 minutes Jill Shabelman talked to health strategist and employee wellness expert Gus Turner, and he provided tips for companies to improve employees’ well-being. There is a silver lining to the challenges we’re facing as the coronavirus upends work, school, and plans. Social media feeds are exploding
Reading Time: 6 minutes Supporting the mental and emotional health of employees during a crisis is a top priority for your company, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are examples of organizational efforts that address the emotional, mental and physical health of employees. Our workplaces have dramatically shifted.. Employees
Reading Time: 6 minutes Jill Shabelman is Stories Inc.’s new Director of Client Services. In this post, Jill shares her story about her transition from corporate employer branding to consulting several progressive employer brands. Jill then made the decision to go full time into a client service leadership role.