Learning all you can about a potential new job and asking the right questions can help you determine if the position would be a good fit. It also plays a big part in demonstrating your genuine interest in the role while conveying your career priorities. Whether you are seeking your first job in retail, interviewing for a promotion within the company, or seeking a new opportunity in retail outside the company, Lou Whiting, HR Retail Consultant, provides advice on discussing compensation and more during the interview process:
During this webcast, Stephanie Schultz, MSM, RDN, CD, Marketing & Communications Sr. Director at Skogen’s Festival Foods and Yvette Waters, MS, RDN, CISSN, Nutrition Strategist and Brand Influencer at Raley’s share insight on how retail RDNs can create opportunities to secure shopper marketing dollars during a time when retailers may not be doing traditional ads and promotional events.
The Retail Dietitians Business Alliances congratulates Mariely Rosado Martínez MHSN, LND, RDN as the recipient of the 2020 Retail Dietitian of the Year Award. Mariely is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Healthy Path Market in Puerto Rico.
Every year, the RDBA Advisory Board is more and more impressed with the caliber of talent in the professionals who apply for the Retail RD of the Year Award. It makes their job of selecting the winner challenging at best. Today we’re recognizing four runners-up for this award (listed in alphabetical order) and congratulate them on their success in driving improved health and business success in their roles.
I wish that I had known more background information about industry trends. If you are thinking about moving into a retail role, get connected! Join professional organizations, follow companies and industry professionals on LinkedIn, and research new health and wellness trends, products, and services.
Many of us create a professional bio for speaking engagements, a work website or social media platforms, but how much time and thought do you actually put into writing a bio that sets you apart from the crowd? Follow these tips to create a catchy bio that has the impact needed to market your unique expertise and leaves your audience wanting to learn more about you:
Join Dr. Mark Lang, Marketing Strategy Professor at the University of Tampa, for this discussion of insights behind why consumers adopt local foods, plant-forward eating habits, and natural/organic products. Insights will come from consumer psychology studies that have been published in leading peer-reviewed marketing and food journals.