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Fish First

Talk about Fish First! A recent study details the earliest-known evidence of North American salmon fishing was found in Alaska. The findings show that Ice Age Paleoindians fished; it was previously believed they only hunted during that time – about 11,500 years ago. This helps researchers understand Paleoindian economies and expansion south and into North America.

Today’s Alaska Natives, including the people of the Bristol Bay region, still rely on salmon for subsistence, cultural and traditional activities, as well as the economic benefits.

See the Bristol Bay Regional Field Guide to learn about the region and the importance of Fish First.

 

Marketing Makeover

Do you need a marketing makeover? Take this quiz from Entrepreneur to see if your marketing strategy is getting a bit outdated.

BBRS’ award-winning Communications team is ready to work on your transformation. Whether you need a quick update to your message or a full strategic marketing plan, we can quickly customize a plan based on your goals and budget.

See our portfolio for ideas of what we can do for you.

HR News: report offers primer for change management

Change can be uncomfortable, but businesses must evolve if they are to be successful. Research shows that actively managing change – such as new processes, adding technology, downsizing or acquisitions – can increase the success rate of these initiatives. The Society for Human Resources Management Foundation has released a report that provides human resources teams guidelines on how to effectively manage and communicate change. See the report.

BBRS’ Human Resources Department works with clients to manage and communicate change on many levels. See the BBRS brochure to learn more about HR and all our departments.

Project Linus

BBRS employees are again making polar fleece tie knot blankets that will be donated to children through Project Linus, this year to the East Tennessee Chapter, near our offices in Oak Ridge. Last year’s handmade blankets were distributed to the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation. See our Fall 2014 Insights for information. See this video to learn to make tie knot blankets and the Project Linus website for opportunities to help in your area.

As part of our Community Involvement Program, BBRS employees elected to support causes to aid in children’s issues, homelessness and cancer awareness. 

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