Monthly Archives: September 2010

Utility vs. Sincerity in Life and Social Media

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By Vickie Cullen, Senior Account Executive No one ever likes to be, or feel, used. How many times has a person pretended to be your friend, only to end up using you (or your help, knowledge, talents, etc.) for a … Continue reading

R&J Public Relations Named Agency of Record for Raritan Bay Medical Center

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Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC), a non-profit community hospital with locations in Old Bridge and Perth Amboy, has selected R&J Public Relations, LLC of Bridgewater, N.J., as its public relations agency of record.  R&J has been tasked with elevating the … Continue reading

R&J Promotes Vickie Cullen to Senior Account Executive

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Cullen joined R&J in 2008 and most recently held the position of Account Executive.  As Senior Account Executive, Cullen will be responsible for strategic planning and day-to-day management for a variety of the agency’s core accounts. “Throughout her time at … Continue reading

R&J Promotes Sue Hart to Account Executive

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Hart joined R&J in September 2008 and most recently held the position of Account Coordinator.  In her new role Hart will be intricately involved in front-line media relations and the execution of a wide range of tactical public relations elements … Continue reading

Kristin Mornan Joins R&J as Account Coordinator

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Mornan, who began her career with R&J as an intern in March 2010, will adopt a supportive role on R&J’s account management team, driving communications strategies for a variety of clients in industries including real estate, consumer products, and professional services. … Continue reading

Are Labor Actions Really Dying? Think Again…

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A recent article on msnbc.com titled, “In tough economy, labor strikes are losing ground,” laid out the case as to why the reporter thinks union strikes are becoming a thing of the past.  The article indicated that a general fear … Continue reading

NJFSAB’s Dave Kurasz on WNBC

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Dave Kurasz, executive director, was interviewed on WNBC






Creating True Engagement

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Most people react with a visceral fear when they hear that even a small part of their job is becoming “automated.” Human nature (and paranoia) kicks in, and they worry about being phased out – and this justifiably scares them. … Continue reading