work-life balance
Staff retention is no easy feat for SMEs. From a business perspective, SMEs are trying to find a place for themselves among larger competitors in their market while keeping their operating costs to a minimum. However, to grow and be successful, SMEs need to attract and pay for the best employees, keep them happy, and most importantly retain them. SMEs don’t have the luxury of a well-known brand to retain staff, and the knowledge that their staff does have, has to remain within the organisation. These three tips for SMEs on staff retention can also help your employees achieve a work-life balance: 1)     Give staff access to the best technology Today

pr summit pros
Earlier this week the RingCentral Social Media and PR teams attended the San Francisco PR Summit. Dozens of professionals in public relations, content creation and marketing spoke, gave advice, and shared their insights. Many were CEOs who had started their own companies, others were business journalists with expertise in tech and start-ups, and others were self-made content creators and digital media specialists. Here are the five of the key points we learned from this year's PR Summit: 1. Find Newsworthy Topics Jason Miller (@JasonMillerCA), the Senior Manager of Content and Social at LinkedIn, talked about a term he called

crn bonnie lisa
CRN Magazine is the top news source for IT professionals. We are excited to announce that RingCentral's own team members, Bonnie Lam and Lisa Del Real, were named on the 2014 Women of the Channel List. The two were recognized on the list's Power 100. This year, the Power 100 spotlights female executives whose insights and influences have helped drive channel success at vendor and distributor organizations. Bonnie Lam, Regional VP of North America Channels Sales, and Lisa Del Real, Sr.


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