As a professional copywriter, Dan produces strategic marketing content for startups, digital agencies, and established brands. He helps organizations tell stories, achieve online presence, and builds brands that communicate with their customers. Dan is also a regular contributor to Forbes. He started writing after his first professional role as a health promotions coordinator for a local family physicians office.
In 2016, it became official. The majority of Americans use a mobile device rather than a laptop or desktop for nearly every facet of their online life, from shopping to answering emails. Keep up with the mobile workforce or be left behind.
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As of last year, millennial employees officially comprise the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. It's no surprise many small business owners and HR departments are diving deep to understand what makes this generation of workers tick. Here's what Millennial employees look for in their hr software and beyond.