The Fight Continues

August 26th, 2020
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Today, Hubbell Communications is launching a new project focused on elevating conversations about the continued struggle for voting rights in America. Despite more than a century of progress, we continue to face threats to equity at the ballot box. As we wrestle with uncomfortable conversations about social justice, discrimination, and bias in our communities, it’s [...]

A Reflection On Fatherhood

June 20th, 2020
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Podcast: The Coming Crisis for Oregon’s Hospitals

May 28th, 2020
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Our hospitals have been celebrated for their role on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have watched the images of doctors, nurses and first responders working long hours and saving lives. It’s a powerful testament to the role our hospitals play in our community. But there’s more at stake as we look ahead [...]

Wisdom from an American Hero: Surviving in a Dogfight

May 21st, 2020
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A NOTE FROM WARD HUBBELL One of the great privileges of my life was getting to know a genuine American hero – Chuck Yeager, the high school educated mechanic from West Virginia who became the first human to break the sound barrier and eventually rose to the rank of Air Force General. Our paths crossed [...]

How to Manage an Office Remotely: 3 Ways to Make the Most of WFH

May 5th, 2020
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By Tresa Peters As we all adapt to a new normal amid COVID-19, work styles, communication and even work hours are changing. But while some jobs and roles are easier to transition to remote and digital platforms, the management of office operations is one of the more challenging roles to adapt. As office manager of [...]

Hubbell Audiocast: How COVID-19 is Changing Gen Z

April 23rd, 2020
Tags: COVID-19

    Gen Z is facing a uniquely challenging situation. They were supposed to graduate into the strongest job market in a generation. Now they’re having to rethink their career paths. Despite being the first generation of digital natives, they’re suddenly having to navigate e-learning and virtual networking. For soon-to-be graduates, they’re having [...]

Hubbell Audiocast: Why Structural Integrity Matters

April 14th, 2020
Tags: COVID-19

  A Message from Ward Hubbell   Many years ago when my kids were still little, I noticed moisture on the wall next to our fireplace. I called a contractor friend to come check it out. His name was Tom. After a few minutes on our roof, Tom determined the flashing around our [...]

COVID-19: Communicating the Unknown

March 24th, 2020

A NOTE FROM WARD HUBBELL When my daughter was a few years old she asked me: “Daddy, what happens when we die? Do dogs go to heaven?” As much as I wanted to assure her I knew the answer – and comfort her – I just couldn’t bring myself to look her in the eyes [...]

Hubbell in the News: How Oregon companies can improve communications about COVID-19

March 11th, 2020

COVID-19, or coronavirus, is an imminent threat. Businesses and agencies—especially health care providers, senior living facilities, hotels, school districts, universities and jail managers—should fully prepare for the outbreak by developing a communications plan and help prevent the spread of the virus. Hubbell Communications principal Chris Edmonds breaks down what businesses need to know in the [...]

Hubbell Audiocast: Reframing the higher education crisis

October 1st, 2019
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Across the nation higher education institutions face an arguably unprecedented slate of dire circumstances. From waning enrollment, to declining birth rates, to skyrocketing student debt, tuition, and the costs colleges bear to deliver degrees--the mainstream story is grim.  But in our latest Hubbell Audiocast we probe beyond the headlines to explore the deeper issues shaping [...]

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