If you want to employ millennials, you need to be prepared for a rapidly changing workforce that requires flexibility and demands new experiences. There a few ways that companies are integrating approaches that recognize these needs.
Today on CauseTalk Radio, Megan and I talk to Alison DaSilva, Executive Vice President, Cone Communications, about their latest study, the 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study.
Cone Communications, a public relations and marketing agency, is pleased to announce it has once again been named a Top Place to Work in PR by PR News. This award recognizes agencies and organizations that match their outstanding in-house and client PR work with exceptional efforts to support employees’ personal development and professional success. This is the second consecutive year Cone has been honored with this award.
Cone Communications, a public relations and marketing agency, is the recipient of this year’s PR Daily Grand Prize: CSR Agency of the Year Award. This distinction recognizes the agency’s category-defining corporate social responsibility (CSR) work and commitment to making an impact both in and outside company walls.
Three-quarters (76 percent) of Millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work and nearly two-thirds (64 percent) won’t take a job if a potential employer doesn’t have strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices, according to the 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study. The study reveals that meaningful engagement around CSR is a business – and bottom line – imperative, impacting a company’s ability to appeal to, retain and inspire Millennial talent (that’s a business case if we ever heard one).
If you want to attract and retain the best candidates, you better be prepared to offer them a new benefit: Employee Volunteering.
Selecting winners in award competitions is always difficult, but the hardest choice in PR Daily’s 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility awards was naming the winner in the “Agency of the Year” category. After looking over many worthy entries, one agency ultimately stood out: Cone Communications, for its multi-dimensional approach to CSR.
Millennials don't just want to contribute to society on their own time, they also want it to be a part of their work experience, according to new research from Cone Communications.
Three-quarters (76%) of Millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work and nearly two-thirds (64%) won’t take a job if a potential employer doesn’t have strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices, according to the 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study.
PRSABoston checks in with Mike Lawrence for his take on the state of ethics in PR.
Whitney Dailey, Cone's Director of Marketing, comments on the rise of branded educational initiatives.
Imelda Suriato, vice president of Cone Communications, says the consumer needs to be the focus, not the brand.
In this interview, Imelda discusses the importance of data and analytics, what brands can learn from nonprofits and how to keep up with today’s consumers.
In PR News' Graduate Education Guide for Communicators, Cone's Aaron Pickering discusses his own experiences pursuing a master's degree in PR.
In Financier Worldwide, Mike Lawrence, Cone's Chief Reputation Officer, discusses how the CRO position should be structured within an organization.
For the fifth year in a row, Cone Communications will join Sustainable Brands 2016 (SB’16) as a silver sponsor, helping to lead and facilitate the exciting sustainability and social impact conversation taking place over the four-day conference in San Diego on June 6-9.