Hilary George-Parkin

Hilary George-Parkin is a Built In contributor covering work culture and technology. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor's degree from New York University. She's written for publications including Vox, Fortune, CNN, BBC, Vogue Business, and The Business of Fashion.

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Making space for people to share their creative pursuits at work builds a stronger, more collaborative team. Jason Wick, Director of Product Development at MakeMusic shared how he integrates this into the workplace.
Product leads at AdCellerant, Datadog, Matillion and Hotel Engine gave us the lowdown on the new features and platforms they’ve been most excited to ship.
At Kin + Carta, out-of-the-box thinking is a must — so it’s no surprise the company’s new-business team enjoys a host of unique perks.
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For a workplace to be truly inclusive, it needs to invite people with disabilities into the conversation.
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A tough conversation can be a starting point for a stronger relationship.
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Helping small and medium-sized businesses stay ahead of evolving cybersecurity, Huntress has been scaling up in recent years. Learn from three of its leaders how the organization is helping its team members — and itself — grow.
Klaviyo’s Katie Spencer shares her proven tips for crafting sales outreach that prospects want to receive.
A supportive team and opportunities to grow can be valuable draws for potential rehires.
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When people take pride and ownership in their work, it comes through in their performance.
Even the most accomplished professionals experience negative thoughts.
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Vendavo’s senior sales manager on the importance of prioritizing a prospect’s needs.
Flexible work shouldn’t come at the expense of company culture. These companies show how both can thrive