HR Managers from all industries are invited to join this group, meet journalists, writing on matters of employment, education and training. It might be of interest to anyone, especially students, scholars, communication professionals in general. The aim is to foster communication, develop talents and identify areas that need improvement in the profession of journalism as well in HR practice.
In an era of wars and economic crisis, a journalist should be the one with the highest salaries, enjoying the best benefits that the HR department of any company could offer, having the job to kill for, if you are there for the love of communication. Yet, that is not exactly what is happening in practice. Journalists as any other professional are facing the challenges of the time: high unemployment rates, jobs that disappear without being replaced, and other negative aspects of the issue, which one prefers to avoid for the moment. Well, we will start by focusing on 10 specific aspects that HR knowledge can help us to face the crisis:
1. One might learn how to develop one's talent.
2. To find creative resources and channels to spread the word about your journalistic skills.
3. To learn how to meet deadlines
4. To optimize your communication, clarifying important issues in a few words and reaching a broader audience.
5. Learn about confidentiality and trust.
6. Learn about legal and contractual issues, whether as a freelance or an employed journalist.
7. Learn to deal with diversity
8. To value oneself and other people
9. Learn to negotiate in areas of conflict
10. Learn to prioritize when everything is a priority
Join us today and invite your friends, especially the HR experts to publish their views on these issues.
For more information, please contact Eliana van de Craats Lima through the EJC or by sending a direct email to email@example.com
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