Just In! The top news of the web - Week 21
#Marketing #IT #HR #Accounting
What should you take away from the news this week? In this episode, we’re going to discover: community-focused social apps and gen Z, an infographic of the top tools and apps, how coding is helping an entire region retrain for the future, accounting for employee retention credits, and much more.
Let’s jump into it right now!
📱 65% of Gen Z feel more confident online with community-focused social apps
According to research from creative agency Impero, gen Z tends to change from traditional social media to community-focused social apps for better engagement such as Discord or Twitch. Brands should take it into account to focus more on allowing users to join apps rather than encouraging them to purchase a product. Discover more details and what famous apps do to inspire your own ideas!
📌 New Survey Looks at the Top Tools and Apps Used by Digital Marketing Professionals [Infographic]
Nowadays, there is a wide range of options for tools and apps for digital marketing professionals. Unsupervised has made an infographic based on a survey about marketing tools. What are the top tools and apps in your opinion? Discover the details of this infographic in the article!
🧑💻 Building a new developer workforce: How coding is helping an entire region retrain for the future
In 2022, there is a growing importance in increasing skills in middle eastern nations' IT and tech workforce. Companies tend to support school-age initiatives, moving toward remote work, simplifying the programming, and removing the language barrier to get in touch with more people in the world. Discover this new developer workforce in the article!
🦸 Indeed: Job postings that list kindness catch Gen Z’s attention
According to an Indeed report, gen Z is drawn to companies that value friendliness, kindness, and humanity. Furthermore, 89% said that mental health awareness and kindness are their top priorities when they choose to apply to a company. Discover more details about this report in the article!
💡 Accounting for employee retention credits
Employee retention credits are payroll tax credits, not income tax credits. If you don’t know which accounting model to apply, and what financial ratios are important, you can find the answers to all these questions about accounting for employee retention credits in this article!