By now, we've had a few month to adjust to the new normal of working from home, but what should you do when you start to feel burned out? Read more from Autumn on how to stay engaged while working from home.
This year, #HMATurns40 and as we enter yet another day with temperatures above 110 degrees, Scott is reminded of the PR campaigns team HMA has created to help Arizonans get through the hottest part of the summer with our past client, SMACNA Arizona. Click to read more about the innovative solutions we have implemented.
How has your organization navigated diversity and inclusion? While these changes don't happen overnight, Annelise has a few ideas on how to advocate for change and accountability. Follow the link for tips on how to overcome roadblocks in diversity and inclusion at your workplace.
During July, more than 1,000 brands including Coca-Cola, Walgreens and Disney decided to halt advertising on Facebook to #StopHateForProfit. Click to read more about the impact this has on advertising.
Tik Tok goes the clock! Due to privacy concerns, the popular video app Tik Tok might not be around for much longer. Does this mean that using Tik Tok is an invasion of privacy? Just like with any other social media platform, Scott thinks that the information you voluntarily share online doesn't pose a privacy concern. Click the link to read more.
Happy #MediaMonday! Today, get to know Shannon Levitt, the editor of Jewish News. Prior to joining Jewish News, she worked as a Crux reporter for The Boston Globe. Follow the link to learn more about her and how she got into journalism.
Next month’s issue of O Magazine will not feature Oprah Winfrey on the cover for the first time in 20 years. Instead, the historic issue will feature Breonna Taylor. Read more from Annelise on how this helps to bring awareness to recent social injustices.