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Social Media Pick Thursday James A Hill

James A Hill is the Thursday share pick. I like to start this segment off by relating the following:

Originally posted December 19, 2019

This is going to be short and sweet.
Social Media has always been designed for sharing — so share.

This week the Product of Culture website is sharing the interesting subject on Psychological Contracts. What are they?

Psychological contracts are a set of ‘promises’ or ‘expectations’ that are exchanged between the parties in an employment relationship. These parties include employers, managers, individual employees and their work colleagues. Unlike formal contracts of employment, they are often tacit or implicit.
– Bob MacKenzie

Let’s learn more about the significance of these contracts by James A Hill
Significance of Psychological Contracts in Supply Chain Relationships – James A. Hill
Social Media Pick Thursday James A Hill
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pIeBeWf-ZU

More on the subject of Caring and Sharing

When the articles and events have a hyperlink with a featured image; that is supposed to be shared as well. What company, musician, singers, doctors, entrepreneurs, and models do not want to see their brand shared? Let’s place impetus on for years since the beginning, this is what technology and Social Media Sharing has been all about sharing and still is with online chats from time to time! It is used for customer service as well! What a great use of technology!

Yes untold numbers use it as designed above.

If you like (appreciate) it, then share it.
If the image appears with the link you share, then this all a part of the article title and link presentation.

If a company does not want you to share their images that automatically appears with the link, then on their websites they can turn such hot linking settings off. IMHO with a picture saying a thousand words, you will lose marketing value by doing that though.

Meanwhile, welcome to Social Media Sharing Thursday Pick. Place this in your notification calendars! This feature is running through November and December!