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Essential Tips for Turning Employees Into Social Media Ambassadors

While you might not need an expert to tell you your staff is spending time on Facebook and Twitter, Ambrosia Humphrey, vp of talent at Hootsuite, says too many companies think of social media as a problem instead of recognizing it's a great tool for attracting talent and building brand awareness.

Today’s #AdweekChat Is All About Reinventing Your Career and Starting Over

F. Scott Fitzgerald may have been a keen observer of the human condition, but he couldn't have been more wrong when he scribbled in his notes, "There are no second acts in American lives."

Adweek Is Currently Seeking a UX Designer

Are you excited about creating best-in-class products offering great user experiences?  Are you a pro at gathering requirements, creating wireframes and running user test experiments?  Do you have a great design touch?  Are you obsessed with the latest technologies and how users are interacting with them?  Do you want to help completely reimagine and reshape the look and

Adweek Is Seeking a Web Analytics Manager

Adweek is currently seeking a Web Analytics Manager. This is a junior role for a candidate interested in becoming part of the fast-growing digital product team. 

Woman Quits Her Job in Spectacular Late-Night Dance Video Set to Kanye West

Meet Marina Shifrin, the newest member of the Funemployed.

Steve Jobs, Hit Girl and a Bald Harrison Ford Meet The Butler in This Week’s Movie Trailer Mashup

Once the burden of acknowledging the grave importance of its subject matter has been palliated by a series of high-tensile, all-star cameos (Oprah Winfrey, Robin Williams, Jane Fonda), there are two main takeaways from the trailer for the "inspired by a true" story of a black butler working at the White House through times of social upheaval.