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Office 365 Enterprise Plans Starting at $9.99/mo

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Office 365 Enterprise LogoOffice 365 Enterprise Applications, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher

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With Office 365, you can work with others wherever you are – with a consistent experience on any device. With the ability to work from virtually any location, you’re just a few simple clicks away from accessing your data, holding meetings, and collaborating anytime, on any device. Office 365 provides a complete productivity experience for moving your business forward. [/one_third]
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At its heart is Office itself—the familiar Office enterprise applications businesses use everyday—now offered as a cloud service, so it’s always up-to-date. But Office 365 is also so much more. It’s about bringing enterprise-grade services to organizations of all sizes, from online meetings to sharing documents to business-class email.

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An Enterprise Migration Service You Can Trust

 

Let our experts handle your enterprise migration, whether it’s from an on-premises environment (Microsoft Exchange, IBM, Lotus Notes, Zimbra or POP3) or a cloud-based service (Gmail, Hotmail, Web Hosting/POP3).
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No Downtime. No Data Loss

Our well-established migration process has been proven over the years. You can rest assured that your data will be seamlessly transferred to Office 365 without any loss of data or downtime for your users.
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Dedicated Migration Technician

You will be in contact with your dedicated migration expert throughout the process. No more back and forth with multiple technicians. We’ve handled more than thousands of business migrations and we can guide you with the market’s best practices.
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You Set the Pace. We Adapt to Your Schedule.

Flexibility is the key to a successful migration. You tell us when you’re available and what is the best time to cut over. The migration team will adapt to your schedule.
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Unmatched Value

A migration can cost more than $100/mailbox. We’ll offer it for $20/mailbox Take advantage of this great deal now!
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ALL THE OFFICE 365 ENTERPRISE PLANS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

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ALL THE ENTERPRISE OFFICE 365 PLANS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

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Office 365
Enterprise E1

$9.99/mo

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  • Installed Office Suite
    Including Access and Excel Power BI on PCs, MACs and mobiles

  • Business Emails with archiving and legal hold

  • Online conferencing for up to 10,000 people

  • 1TB of Cloud Storage with OneDrive for Business

  • Office Online

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Office 365
Enterprise E3

$22.99/mo

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  • Installed Office Suite Including Access and Excel Power BI on PCs, MACs and mobiles

  • Business Emails with archiving and legal hold

  • Online conferencing for up to 10,000 people

  • 1TB of Cloud Storage with OneDrive for Business

  • Office Online

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Office 365
Pro Plus

$13.99/mo

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  • Installed Office Suite Including Access and Excel Power BI on PCs, MACs and mobiles

  • Business Emails with archiving and legal hold

  • Online conferencing for up to 10,000 people

  • 1TB of Cloud Storage with OneDrive for Business

  • Office Online

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Creative Salary Guide 2015

2015 Creative and Marketing Salary Guide

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Knowledge-based firms know their people are their most valuable resource. Identifying and hiring talented employees is without question a competitive advantage. Our goal with the salary guide is to provide companies the data needed to hire and retain top talent and candidates the salary information needed to make informed decisions.

The 2015 salary data in the guide are based on a variety of sources.

Sources include:

  • Indeed Salary Data
  • San Diego LinkedIn Job Postings
  • BLS.gov
  • Full-time, contract, and contract-to-hire placements made by the HCRM CORP San Diego recruiting team

In the hunt for talent, many firms struggle to find correct compensation levels for current employees and perspective hires.

The HCRM CORP 2015 San Diego Creative and Marketing Salary Guides provide compensation ranges on over 100 positions within the Creative and Marketing fields.

Creative Salary Guide

2015 Creative Salary Guide

2015 Creative Salary Guide – HCRM CORP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In an economy driven by ideas and intellectual know-how, top companies recognize the importance of employing smart, highly talented people. HCRM CORP is your partner to help you attract, hire, and retain the creative and marketing stars your teams are looking for.

We invite you to contact us at 858.869.0870 or info@hcrm-3f054a.easywp.com with help on any of your staffing needs.

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Looking for a New Opportunity?

Begin your search with HCRM for freelance, temp-to-hire, and permanent creative and marketing opportunities today!
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While talk may have quieted down about the National Labor Relations Board’s reach into the non-union setting and employee social media activity, don’t get lulled into a sense of complacency. The NLRB is still very active in this area. The NLRB continues to take action against employers for disciplining workers who post negative comments about supervisors or the company on personal social media pages, such as Facebook.

Employer policies or actions that interfere with the rights of employees to discuss wages and working conditions with co-workers can be unlawful under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), regardless of whether you have a unionized or non-unionized workplace.

Take for example, Triple Play Sports Bar, 361 NLRB No. 31, a decision involving a non-unionized bar and restaurant. The NLRB held that an employer’s discharge of two employees for their online Facebook discussion about a tax withholding issue was unlawful under the NLRA. The matter started when a former employee posted the following to her Facebook page:

“Maybe someone should do the owners of Triple Play a favor and buy it from them. They can’t even do the tax paperwork correctly!!! Now I OWE money … Wtf!!!!”

This post elicited responses from some employees including, Jillian Sanzone and Vincent Spinella. Sanzone commented that she owed also and called the owner a derogatory name. Spinella did not post a comment but selected the “Like” button for the original post. Sanzone was told that she was being discharged for her Facebook comment and Spinella was told that he was being discharged because his “Like” meant the he supported the “disparaging and defamatory” comments made in the Facebook thread.

The NLRB found that the Facebook discussion was protected because it related to “workplace complaints about tax liabilities” and also was concerted activity because it involved several current employees and was part of ongoing discussions that started in the workplace.

The case illustrates the NLRB’s continued overreach …