Media Staffing Network Blog

News and opinion from the Media Staffing Network team.

Employers React to Those Who Want to Work from Home

According to a recent LinkedIn/NBC report, employers are strongly encouraging workers to come back to the office and are offering some interesting incentives to get them back. Some of the top requested perks include:

Caregiving assistance:  not just for childcare but also help for those who care for other family members.

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Compensation

Are you still paying new sellers 100% commission after 90 days? If so, you may struggle to attract, hire and retain the talent you need to consistently achieve your revenue goals. That outdated model is not attractive as it doesn’t offer new hires security to cover bills while growing lists and learning the business. Once … Read More ›

The economy is picking up, are you ready to handle it?

Last year did a number on many broadcasters. Did you need to let people go or lay them off? Are you starting to see your current team stretched as far as they can go? A stressed-out employee won’t be as productive as you need.

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You Snooze You Lose

(By Laurie Kahn) Wow, what a roller coaster talent acquisition has gone through.

A few years ago, the biggest challenge was how to hire and keep a Millennial. Then we saw a huge drop in unemployment which created a shortage of all prospective candidates, which quickly jumped into the pandemic when many radio employees were laid off. … Read More ›

A New Advertising Category Takes Top Spot

Have you noticed the top ad spending category right now? Recruitment! Indeed is a top user of broadcast. As we connect with our many contacts throughout the country, they share that the majority of their on-air ads are for companies trying to hire. Some seasonal companies are struggling to open as they may not have … Read More ›