James Clark

Content marketing professional with 6+ years of experience. If you found this portfolio, there's a good chance I applied for a job at your company. If that's the case, welcome. I chose these following articles in my portfolio because they showcase my ability to write about a wide range of subjects with confidence, professionalism, and with SEO best practices in mind. Thanks for stopping by. 

Beginners Guide to Aeroponic Gardening

During times like these, knowing how to grow your own food is one of the most rewarding and valuable skills to have. Fresh fruits and vegetables picked straight ‘from the vine’ seem to always taste better than store-bought produce. This is likely because some produce in the U.S. can travel up to 1,500 miles before reaching your dinner table. Having the ability to grow fresh produce year-round ensures your food is fresh, clean, and delicious. If growing your own food was easy, why isn’t everyone

What is Position Control?

Health and Human Services organizations and other nonprofits with social missions are not like most other businesses. Because these organizations rely on grants and various funding sources, they often face unique requirements when it comes to reporting back to funders and operating various programs on limited budgets with stringent requirements. In addition to these compliance challenges, nonprofits also face a variety of HR challenges that require innovative solutions. Some of the top challeng

How to Motivate Your Team During the Last Months of the Year

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The end of the fiscal year is upon us as we begin our initial decent into the infamous fourth quarter. These final three months of the year will determine whether an organization's goals were met, objectives were accomplished and overall progress was made from the previous year. With that said, one thing that all executives are going to be asking for this holiday season is for a strong finish in Q4. Related: 10 Tips to Motivate Emp

Generation Z: Are We Ready for the New Workforce?

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. have been the talk of the business world in recent years. Thousands of articles have been written in an attempt to explore their needs and educate managers on how to properly manage this generation of workers. But, with the last of the millennials finishing college and beginning to map out their career paths, it is time for employers to prepare themselves for a new, larger and even more complex generation of job seekers. Generation

3 Proven Ways to Keep Employees Happy

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We live in a time when culture plays a bigger role in employee retention than compensation. American employees are now willing to sacrifice their pay for a better, more enjoyable work environment. A recent study released by Fidelity Investments proves that money cannot buy happiness for millennials entering the workforce, revealing that, on average, millennials are willing to take a $7,600 pay cut in exchange for a better “quality o

Why CEOs Should Be Worried About the Generation Gap

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Generational differences have historically created unwanted tension around the office. Seasoned veterans see the "new guys" as entitled and impatient, always looking for the fast track to the top. Millennials, however, see their older coworkers as stuck in their ways, afraid of the impending change they are about to bring to the organization. These preconceived ideas that generations have regarding one another makes collaboration a
Close