The Human Resource (THR), a national consulting firm, believes that HR should be a little humdrum. Founded by Laura Sankovich in 2004 and operated in partnership with her husband, Todd, this power team asserts that the waters will remain (mostly) calm with the benefit of excellent HR strategy and clear procedures in place. THR offers a comprehensive list of individual services and affordable monthly contracts that provide peace of mind. They promise that together with THR, human resources will become refreshingly routine. So what’s the story with HR podcasts?
The award-winning FreeConferenceCall.com has always provided a high-quality, free conferencing service. To meet the requirements of our corporate customers, we created FreeConferenceCall.com For Business — all the same great features traditionally offered for free, but with managed services layered in to support businesses of all sizes.
The right free webinar software can build brand awareness, engage the audience with content or deliver stellar lead generation. Better yet, a successful webinar can do all of the above. So when planning to host a webinar, says Forbes contributor Dave Hendricks, it’s critical that the basics — content, platform and marketing — are covered. With that in mind, below are a few steps to help you set up, plan and present your next webinar.
Corporations increasingly understand that groups tend to innovate faster, recognize mistakes more efficiently and identify better solutions to problems. Tapping into these collaboration benefits requires that we ensure universal participation during business conference calls. So how do we get the level of participation we need? Remember, if your team members don’t participate, they can’t add value.
Busted: Five Common Myths about Free (and Low Cost) Business Services
By Scott Southron, Chief Financial Officer at FreeConferenceCall.com
Recent advances in software and connectivity have finally made it possible for mission-critical business services to be delivered at much lower costs. So why is that so many businesses continue to pay way too much? It could be the fear, uncertainty and doubt fomented in the market by more expensive competitors hoping to protect their margins.