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New York and California Minimum Exempt Salary Obligations in Effect

New York and California Employers Have New Minimum Exempt Salary Obligations Despite Delayed Federal Law Changes Despite the delayed implementation of the federal overtime regulation changes, employers in New York and California are still obligated to comply with state wage and hour laws governing overtime pay. New York On December 28, 2016, New York passed […]

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Working With Your Public Relations Firm: A Guide for Clients

A recent study by the Strategic Public Relations Center at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School explored how and why companies use a public relations firm. The study found that the number one reason organizations use a public relations firm is for its strategic/market insight.

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Standards for Conducting a Public Relations Firm Search: Principals and Practice

Increasingly, executives have the opportunity to choose from among many public relations firms qualified to serve them. To help differentiate among capable competitors and find the agency that will be the best fit for their organization, many executives conduct formal agency searches.

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Procurement: Building and Sustaining Productive Working Environments

Public relations firms and their clients have always forged relationships based on a common understanding of the discipline. Whether on the agency or the client side, public relations professionals speak the same language. Regardless of their individual differences, they approach challenges and opportunities from similar perspectives. They both believe in the power of public relations […]

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