Hailley Griffis
Head of Public Relations/Co-Host at Buffer/MakeWorkWork
Expertise: Remote work, career development, operations, company culture
Education: University of Ottawa

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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A man holds a letter and looks upset next to a box filled with office supplies
Announcing a layoff is one of the most difficult tasks in corporate communications, which is why companies need to make sure they get it right. Here, our expert lays out the most important parts of a layoff note.
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A hybrid work schedule may be the best way for companies to go about office spaces, but it can also present challenges for businesses to confront.
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A brand strategy is the conscious differentiation of a business from its competitors and a compelling approach to standing out in a crowded marketplace.
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Onboarding is the crucial process of employers integrating a new teammate into their company. This is often employees’ first impression of their new company.
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.
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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.
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From salary formulas to publishing employee pay rates, a range of options can help to ensure your company compensates all employees fairly.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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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.