Sunday, May 17, 2015

Ten Top Digital Marketing Firms Revealed in May 2015 by

The independent authority on online marketing providers,, has named their list of the best digital marketing agencies for May 2015. The rankings are revealed at the start of each month in order to account for the latest developments and achievements of the best performing digital marketing agencies. The independent research team at evaluates and recommends the agencies included in the analysis process each month in order to assist businesses in selecting their solution.
While many digital marketing companies are considered for the rigorous evaluation process each month only the top companies are featured in the recommendations. The rankings are revised each month in order to account for the latest developments and achievements of competing companies in areas most commonly associated with exceptional results. The five areas of evaluation used to determine the best companies include customer support, design standards, customer involvement, project analysis, and interactivity.
The 10 best digital marketing services for May 2015 are:
1-- WebiMax
2 -- Netmark
3 -- Boostability
4 -- Web Talent Marketing
5 -- OneIMS - Integrated Marketing Solutions
6 -- VJG Interactive
7 -- Bruce Clay
8 -- iCrossing
9 -- CodeWithPower
10 -- Mainstreethost
ABOUT is a well-known independent authority on online marketing services. The primary ambition of is to decide and declare those individuals or firms producing the top online marketing solutions all over the world. A specialized team of researchers examine thousands of applicants each month who are seeking to be ranked as a top online marketing product or service by the independent authority.

What Employee Relations Seeks For

Happy employees are productive employees. Successful businesses know how to manage relationships to build lasting employee satisfaction.The most important part of any business is its people. No business can run effectively without them. But people don't work in a vacuum; they need to communicate and work with others to get their jobs done. To be successful, employers need to manage relationships in the workplace to keep the business functioning smoothly, avoid problems and make sure individual employees are performing at their best.
Employee relations mean managing employer-employee relationships. Generally, employee relations isa term used to describe a company's efforts to prevent and resolve problems arising from situations at work. The goal of an employee relations program is to increase employee satisfaction and maintain good morale among workers. Happy workers are more productive, and more productivity means a better bottom line for the business.
Employee relations seeks to:
Ø  Develop and maintain a positive relationship between employees and the college through programs and policies that ensure fairness, respect and consistent treatment for all employees,
Ø  Provide means for conflict resolution,
Ø  Enhance clear and accurate communication,
Ø  Recognize the efforts and contributions of employees to the college and it's mission.

Human Resources (HR) Specialists in Employee Relations aid managers and employees in administering HR activities through their knowledge of legislation, regulations, case law, and principles. These specialists are responsible for understanding the rules, practices, and precedents related to employee conduct, performance problems, awards, and dispute resolution.

Many typical employer-employee relationships will vary on the scale of closeness and familiarity, but it is essential that all employer-employee relationships involve at least these four major characteristics:-

a) Mutual respect                                    d) Gratitude
b) Mutual reliance

c) Openness and communication

Tweets, Likes- Employee relations.
The “social media “– love of Gen Y. Rapidly social networking sites such as  Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are getting pervasive with the Gen X too.
The advent of the technology has changed the face of employee relations in today’s work place with the new social media policies coming into the picture. Along the way are the fresh questions arising “Does social media kill productivity in the employees?” or “Does it boost the amicability among the employees?”, “Is it a threat to the companies repute?” or “Is it a new way to stay connected with the customers?”
These questions are just the starters. The challenge lies ahead with companies having to decide about the level up to which they can moderate their employee’s social media activity without barging into their private lives.
One classic example is the recent social media policy of Times of India stating the employees to disclosethe log in credentials of their personal social media accounts to the companyraised concerns regarding breach of privacy of the employees.
From the business standpoint companies can reap benefits from such platforms as the presence on social media improves the reach to potential customers and employers. Itprovides faster contact with their subordinates while eliminating unnecessary emails. Through social media employees could find relevant information for solving work related issues as well as enrich their knowledge through various blogs, video portals, groups on fb,linkedIn etc. On the other hand major issues like decrease in employee productivity, distraction at work place, corporate espionage, Cyber smearing, Cyber-attacks and bad publicity pose a threat to the companies.
According to a survey in 2012 by Assocham 35% of Indian companies engage in corporate espionage via social media to gain competitive advantage.Despite the roadblocks social media has become an eminent part of our lives.Hence, there is a need for the employers to closely monitor the social media activity while keeping the best interests of employees as well as the organization in mind.

Article by M.Aishwarya