I held auditions for new talent on Friday. That’s typically par for the course about two or three times a year. Rarely, do I ever have a cattle call for actors unless I’m desperate to find new talent for commercials. That’s what directors/casting people like me do. People traipse in off the street in … put on a smiley-face … and ove
PlattForm has a couple charities of choice that we work with throughout the year. One of them is TLC, a local shelter for battered and abused children. TLC approached us about partnering up a couple years ago because we were next door neighbors. At the time, it sounded like a unique and exciting endeavor.
Not so at PlattForm!
To even a casual observer, PlattForm Advertising’s HR staff rises above, not unlike a warming spring breeze, freshening the dark and muddied surface of the cold pool of the usual to enable the rest of us to fly on gossamer dragonfly wings……
Our Affiliate Marketing team has recently put some effort into defining exactly what a senior is on our team. The two basic qualifications are that a senior has to be good at his or her job, and has to be a leader on his or her team. But aside from that, there are some character traits that truly set some employees apart. Seniors on the affiliates team should be PRACTICERS.