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Recruiting Salespeople: Re-think, Retool, Respond and Rebound
June 4 webinar: Learn from the experts who recruit exclusively in media. What recruitment models will be popular after the COVID-19 crisis? During this webinar, Laurie Kahn of Media Staffing Network will share ideas about recruiting, for improving your company culture and for promoting it to attract and retain the talent you need for success. Learn more and register
Self-Care for Journalists
June 11 webinar: Creating balance and maintaining your emotional and physical wellness is as important as ever for journalists. We'll discuss some ideas on how to create that balance to best take care of yourself. We’ll also discuss how to create a healthy work environment for employees. Learn more and register
Let's Talk Recruitment Marketing
June 18 webinar: From building a more effective job profile and job posting, learn how to reach your ideal candidates. Learn how to write descriptions to entice potential new hires and drum up excitement for the position. Creating a strong social media image is also essential, which includes online profiles to your website. Learn more and register
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From Influence to Impact: Crisis Leadership for Today and tomorrow
What matters most is not what you believe, but what your audience and clients believe. And that might change tomorrow.
Getting Back to Business
Before you take employees back. First, consider the federal, state and local guidance, laws and orders. These may be changing rapidly. Look at OSHA regs, which may vary by region, and consider the sick leave, family and medical leave, and other workplace laws. Be mindful of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act, which — like most other coronavirus-related laws — sunset on Dec. 31.
Pandemic 2020 and Beyond: 5 Ways We Must Change Our Sales Approach
 What does the marketplace need now? First, it needs information — right in newspaper’s wheelhouse. Our job is to bring our customers information right away. Simply selling things for advertisers to buy is not enough anymore.

In the past, journalists in the USA have been able to safely perform their work, as domestic acts of violence against them were a rare occurrence. However, during the recent protests we’ve seen journalists attacked on Main Streets across America. While some of these assaults can be accounted as inevitable injuries during the fog of civil unrest, many more appeared to be plainly purposeful attacks by police on reporters and photographers openly and lawfully doing their jobs.
When it comes to delivering results for local businesses: NEWSPAPERS HAVE YOUR BACK

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Members of America's Newspapers are encouraged to participate in a new Donated Ad Program that will help fund operating costs of programs designed to strengthen local journalism at newspapers across the country. 
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The McClatchy Company announced leadership changes at its South Carolina properties on Monday.
Jeffrey Gerritt, recipient of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing, has been appointed editor of the Sharon (Pennsylvania) Herald and New Castle News, effective July 13.