Red Branch Media

Red Branch Media was formed in 2006 as a simple consultancy. Today, the firm is a full-service B2B Marketing Agency that serves clients in the U.K., Africa, China, Israel, Europe and North America. Primarily focused on the Human Resources and Global Workforce vendors, Red Branch Media handles clients of all shapes and sizes.

Don’t Let the ______ Hit You On the Way Out!

Don’t Let the ______ Hit You On the Way Out!

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This seems to be the theme of the week. Whether it’s web browser, a problem client or just a plain old door… don’t let it stop you. This week was full of advice on overcoming obstacles in your recruiting and hiring process. Scroll through our list and select what interests you most.

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#RedBranchWeekly: 6 Ways You’re Ruining Your Business

#RedBranchWeekly: 6 Ways You’re Ruining Your Business

BusinessIf you often feel like this guy >

Chances are you may be guilty of doing one, a few or all of these 6 damaging practices. This week our clients decided to take a look into some deep issues. Each article has some great insight into the following problems and helpful tips to combat them. Scroll through the list to see if any of these sound familiar, and take a look at how you can get started on…

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The Best Example of Recruitment Marketing I’ve EVER Seen

The Best Example of Recruitment Marketing I’ve EVER Seen

Digital Telepathy EbookWell, I will be doggoned. I was working on a web site for a client and was struggling on the home page layout. I googled up some inspiration and scrolled through looking for clues. At the end, I saw a really interesting ebook that talked about getting and staying hired in UX (user experience).

I’m an information junkie, so I went ahead and downloaded (then promptly evernoted) the ebook.* The form…

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This is Exactly Why Your Employees Are Leaving You

This is Exactly Why Your Employees Are Leaving You

EmployeesWhat is it about fantastic leadership that’s so hard to come by? Is it because managing people is such a difficult thing to do? Or is it because there’s not enough of leadership DNA to go around? The truth is there are three types of existing leaders out there: natural born leaders, leaders chosen by management and self-appointed leaders. Which do you think has the best chance of becoming a…

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Remote Workers: 16 Million & Growing (Infographic)

Remote Workers: 16 Million & Growing (Infographic)

Remote-WorkersWorking from home is a luxury many Americans have… more than 16 million to be exact! With 79% of U.S. workers saying they would like to work from home at least part of the time, it’s obvious that telecommuting is a growing workplace trend. In fact, telecommuting isn’t just a trend; it’s hopefully here to stay. Check out this infographic from SurePayrollto see how much remote working is projected…

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Is Your Workplace Culture Under the Weather?

Is Your Workplace Culture Under the Weather?

The truth about workplace culture is that there’s a super bug going around that exists within almost every organization. This super bug either acts for the greater good of all employees still engaged, or it brings the entire system down. The longer it floats around and is left unmaintained the more resistant it becomes to treatment (engagement). And ultimately, it can take control of your…

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#RedBranchWeekly: Guess how many years the average American works?

#RedBranchWeekly: Guess how many years the average American works?

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An entire decade! Our client, Vitru, published an interesting article this week that really puts the time we spend at work into perspective. The average American worker who works 40 hours per week from ages 20 to 65 will work for a solid 10.3 years. That’s insane. However, it really sheds light on how important it is to be educated on workforce issues. Which is why the #RedBranchWeekly is…

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What Makes Interviews SO Uncomfortable…

As someone who has sat through multiple interviews, I’m often left wondering, “Why does interviewing feel so awkward?” What is it that makes this process, at times, confusing and often awkward for both the candidate and hiring manager?

What Makes Interviews SO Uncomfortable…

As someone who has sat through multiple interviews, I’m often left wondering, “Why does interviewing feel so awkward?” What is it that makes this process, at times, confusing and often awkward for both the candidate and hiring manager?