• September 2, 2021

As Black users complain of censorship, LinkedIn faces a perception problem

Walter Geer describes himself as one of the few Black creative directors in the ad industry. An executive creative director for experience design at the marketing agency VMLY&R, Geer is also a frequent and popular poster on LinkedIn, where he discusses issues faced by Black people and other people of color in the industry. “I…

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It Leads to Higher Customer Satisfaction

Customers who have a problem don’t want to be put on hold with long wait times or bounced from agent to agent. They want the person they’re speaking with to address their concerns. Empowered employees can take care of customer issues without asking others for help. The quicker a customer service rep can resolve a…

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Can We Stop Corporations from Hiding Their Profits Overseas

On June 5th, representatives of the Group of Seven, an organization comprising most of the wealthiest countries in the world, posed for a portrait on the steps of a neoclassical mansion on the west side of London. The group had just reached a historic agreement on taxation: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the U.K., and…

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How Gary Kelly Changed Southwest Airlines

The first flight Gary Kelly ever took, to anywhere, was on Southwest Airlines in 1972. He was heading to Houston to visit Rice University, which was recruiting him for its football team. As you might imagine, the six-foot-three quarterback of San Antonio’s Churchill High School took considerable notice of the all-female crew of flight attendants,…

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Know Where Flight Attendants Work

Most flight attendants work for major airline companies, but some work for corporations or chartered flight companies. Most are members of the flight attendant labor union daftar slot online. Flight attendants spend the majority of their time at work in the cabin of an airplane, and because of the nature of this environment, flight attendants…

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The Oscars Suddenly Have a Bigger Mission

If the Oscars needed a general theme this year beyond just honoring the best in movies, the closure of the Arclight and Pacific cinema chain has perhaps given them one: Spread the message to save theaters. The announcement that Pacific Theatres saw no economically viable path forward to reopen its outlets in California — including…

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Sesame Street Adds Two Celebrations

“D” is for documentary, and “Sesame Street” gets celebrated in two of them this month: “Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street,” a deep dive into the show’s origins; and “Sesame Street: 50 Years of Sunny Days,” a fairly dutiful, star-studded ABC special. The former proves considerably more interesting, but the two complement each…

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What Retailers Can Learn From the Fortnite Phenomenon

If you’re a retail marketer and you’re not paying attention to Fortnite yet, it’s time that you do. The multiplayer game from Epic Games has exploded in popularity in the past year, and innovative brands across industries are now capitalizing on its success. Just this month, for instance, the NFL announced a partnership that allowed…

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Tips to Improve your Online Gaming Experience

Online gaming experience varies from individual to individual. For some people, it is quite good while for others, it is worse. Online gambling games involving casino games were making money through betting, and trying luck is much more common. The game players with the best tactics can improve day by day, and indeed they can…

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Cineplex Announces Significant Entertainment Centres Expansion

Cineplex, one of Canada’s leading entertainment and media companies, is launching a theatre concept expansion in the country and will continue to add to its national footprint including the potential of moving into vacant shopping mall space. Sarah Van Lange, director of communications of Cineplex, said diversification is one of the company’s key strategies in…

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