Hailley Griffis
Head of Public Relations/Co-Host at Buffer/MakeWorkWork

Head of public relations at Buffer and a co-host of the MakeWorkWork podcast; writes about remote work, public relations, and career progression.

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remote-work-struggles
Jul 12, 2022
Remote work offers employees freedom and flexibility, but it’s not without drawbacks. As more people choose to work remotely, however, the smartest companies will gain an edge in recruiting by proactively solving those problems.
A silhouette moves up a series of stairs
Jul 12, 2022
Lots of people are working remotely for the first time in their careers, which could lead to increased anxiety around career progression. But with a clear plan, you can keep rising through the ranks, even if you’re working from home.
A glass piggybank filled with coins
Apr 19, 2022
From salary formulas to publishing employee pay rates, a range of options can help to ensure your company compensates all employees fairly.
A podcast microphone and a notepad
Mar 22, 2022
Podcasts have become a fixture of daily life, and you may be able to promote your company as a guest on one. Here’s a guide to tapping into this marketing channel.
A worker uses a laptop while holding a baby
Mar 03, 2022
Just because remote work happens outside a traditional office structure doesn’t mean your career has to stagnate. Here’s how to make sure you’ve got a plan to grow.
A team works on a series of tech company logos
Jan 25, 2022
Instead of filling up calendars with video calls that drain energy and constrain working hours, incorporate asynchronous communication into your organization. Here’s how to get started doing just that.
hybrid-work-model
Jul 30, 2021
As companies begin to return to office spaces, a hybrid model may be the best way for them to do so. But blending in-office and remote workers will present some challenges that businesses need to confront.
remote-company-culture
Feb 16, 2021
The pandemic has turned lots of people on to the benefits of working remotely, creating a large pool of workers who will want remote jobs. Here’s a guide to making sure that a company’s culture supports its remote employees.
People network at an event
Aug 24, 2020
With in-person networking events shuttered due to the pandemic, it would be easy to let your professional development go by the wayside. But by mastering remote networking, you can keep growing your connections.
A visualization of communications networks
Jul 20, 2020
Nobody likes a crisis, but with a clear plan you can emerge from tough times stronger. Here’s a guide to getting started.
A remote worker tends their cat
Jun 08, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic will almost certainly change the future of work in unpredictable ways. Smart companies will seize this opportunity to offer their employees greater flexibility.