Since our founding in 2003, YourEncore has been the leading champion of the experienced workforce. We appreciate your wisdom. We celebrate your accomplishments. We work to find you challenging and rewarding projects. And we are eager to see what you will do next – for our client, for consumers, and for patients.
Why do we champion experience? Because it delivers remarkable results. Experience teaches us how to move faster, avoid mistakes, and act with confidence. It brings wisdom and expertise. And it can separate success from failure. We see it every day.
As champions of encore and experienced professionals, it is our collective responsibility to continually educate the market on the value you deliver.
To that end, today I am excited to announce the launch of our ‘Experience Matters’ campaign. Each week, we will publish a short, animated video showcasing times where experience helps people outthink, outpace, and outperform. Watch our first video and join the campaign.
We Need Your Help - 3 Things You Can Do
To spread the word and advocate for experience, we need your help. Here are three things you can do:
- Subscribe to the Experience Matters feed and each week you will receive the latest video. Complete the form in upper right hand side of the screen.
- Share the weekly videos on your social media channels (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc) and encourage others to subscribe.
- Submit your idea for our next “Experience Matters” video and you might see your idea as a future Experience Matters video. Complete the form on bottom right-hand of screen.
A Higher Cause
Why join the movement? First, it helps educate the market on the value you bring. Second, it’s for a good cause. In lieu of paying media companies for advertising, we are instead donating our ad spend to Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy ($1 for each Experience Matters subscriber up to $1,000) and relying on our expert community to spread the word. Third, we hope it’s fun and entertaining.
We hope everyone will join the Experience Matters movement – and in doing so, put more “encorees” to work.