Kate Heinz
Product Marketing Manager at Built In

Kate Heinz is a Built In product marketing manager who formerly covered career development, HR and tech recruiting topics for BuiltIn.com. She previously worked as a content strategist for the digital marketing agency Yakkety Yak. Heinz holds a bachelor of arts in English language and literature and arts and design from the University of Michigan.


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Streamline and improve your candidate communication with these pandemic-era email templates.
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These strategies can help you boost employee engagement across your company.
If your company is adopting a flexible or hybrid work model, consider these tips for what to include in your work-from-home policy.
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Which organizational culture is right for your company?
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An HR expert explains diversity, equity and inclusion and the importance of practicing this methodology in the tech industry.
Understand the business value of a highly engaged workforce.
At Built In, we're on a mission to empower humans to build the future. We connect the people and companies that need each other to turn their “could” into their “created.” Their “dream” into their “done.” And their big idea ... into a reality.
Your company culture isn’t great — let’s do something about that.
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For leaders wondering how to improve company culture, check out these preliminary steps and eight tips you can follow to begin the transformation process.
Your unfilled positions are costing you — find out how much
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How to create a winning company culture that will attract candidates, retain top talent and launch your business on the path to success.
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The best tactics for keeping employees engaged, plus tips to get started.