This week, many Americans will participate in the annual tradition of joining family for Thanksgiving Dinner. Dinner will be shared with parents, grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles, siblings and in-laws. If you are putting on one of these get-togethers, dealing with the logistics of preparing the meal can sometimes be challenging, but quite rewarding. For…

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According to the United States Department of Labor, business sector productivity increased 2.3 percent in the second quarter of 2013. As a bustling bi-coastal technology PR firm, RH Strategic employees rely on their knack for time management to optimize productivity. Here’s how: Make Use of the Organization Tools Outlook has to Offer. Director of Public Sector…

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The problems with Healthcare.gov will no doubt eventually be repaired by IT pros, but the damage to reputations will sting for years to come. The challenge for the contractors involved is that the standard crisis communications playbook simply doesn’t apply in these situations. This playbook says that in a typical crisis where a corporate reputation is…

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If there’s one thing that really grabs the attention of reporters and readers alike, it has to be data. Facts, figures and stats can really back up a story, add perspective to the market and demonstrate thought leadership for your organization. And one of the hottest trends with data right now is presenting it visually….

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If you’ve only visited Washington, D.C., you probably never heard of Frager’s. If you live in the district, there’s a good chance you know of the venerable hardware store that first opened in 1920. And if you ever lived on Capitol Hill, Frager’s was likely a staple in your life. Living only two blocks from…

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