Just In! The top news of the web - Week 17
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What should you take away from the news this week? In this episode, we’re going to discover: New options for automated captions on YouTube and TikTok, tips on how to maximize content performance shared by TikTok, worker expectations push employers to address pay compression, and much more.
Let’s jump into it right now!
📱 YouTube and TikTok Add New Options for Automated Captions, Improving Accessibility
YouTube and TikTok have taken a new step in advancing automated captions and subtitles in order to improve accessibility and get better context on what their videos are about. Discover how to activate this feature and take advantage of it in this article.
💡 TikTok Shares New Tips on How to Maximize Content Performance in the App
TikTok is one of the most effective communication channels in 2022 that companies should take into account. But how do you generate good content and gain visibility on TikTok? Don't worry, TikTok has shared new tips on how to maximize content performance on the app. Check it out!
⚡ Tech jobs are changing. But don't expect a boom in IT salaries just yet
IT companies demand high digital skills from their employees, but IT salaries have remained relatively stable. To resolve this problem, employers are looking to diversify compensation and salaries to avoid losing employees and keep them happy in the competitive IT job market.
🔎 Worker expectations push employers to address pay compression, survey finds
According to a Robert Half survey, market conditions and worker expectations are driving employers to address pay compression. 56% of respondents observed the difference in salary between new hires and existing staff in the past year. Discover the reason why and how to better manage this situation in the article!