Employee Advocacy & Authenticity: A Q&A with Julie Hayes from Autodesk

August 4, 2016 James Nickerson<br><img src="http://dynamicsignal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/James-Nickerson.png" alt="James Nickerson" class="avatar" width='100' height='100' style='border-radius: 50%;'/>

Authenticity. It’s one of the most unique elements employees represent that typical marketing channels simply cannot. At Autodesk, equipping employees to convey that sense of authenticity by telling great stories has been a core tenet of their employee advocacy program. Randy Ksar from VOCE Communications sat down with Julie Hayes, Senior Brand Communications Manager at […]

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Employee Advocacy & Authenticity: A Q&A with Julie Hayes from Autodesk

Authenticity. It’s one of the most unique elements employees represent that typical marketing channels simp...