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Gatehouse Media Delaware debuts new Sunday paper October 12

The GateHouse Media Delaware Group is about to change the way many in central Delaware think about Sunday. The multimedia news and information company already produces half a dozen newspapers and associated digital properties across the state, but when Kent County SUNDAY debuts Oct. 12 it will be a bit of a departure for the operation. ... More

Reese Cleghorn Internship Program is Accepting Applicants for 2015

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ExPress Newsletter - September

MDDC's newsletter, ExPress News, brings you news of the Maryland Delaware DC Press Association and its members. For questions or areas you'd like us to cover, please contact Rebecca Snyder, Executive Director, at rsnyder@mddcpress.com. ... More

MDDC Professional Development Series kicks off in October!

We have two webinars coming up in October to kick off our professional development series, which will run from October 2014 through June 2015. We’ve developed two tracks, sales & editorial, and a mix of webinar and in-person workshop development opportunities. ... More

Executive Director Update - September 2014

I hope you are enjoying these sunny days and the feeling of getting back into the rhythm of fall. This past summer, MDDC accomplished a great deal. We added members to various committees, started work on our professional development series and made headway on our legislative initiatives. ... More

The Challenge of Client Engagement

By John Foust, Raleigh, NC
These days, there’s a lot of talk about employee engagement. According to Gallup research, approximately 30 percent of employees in the US and Canada are fully engaged in their jobs; their organizations have won their heads and their hearts, and they are passionate about their work. On the other hand, roughly 50 percent of employees are not engaged; they are essentially going through the motions in jobs they see as unfulfilling and not using their talents. Even worse, about 20 percent are actively disengaged; they hate their jobs and spread their bitterness by complaining to coworkers, and along the way, they may even try to undermine the operation. ... More
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