Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 17

Millennial Managers? Think Again. U.S. Millennials Choose a Career for Me Over Being the Boss

Millennial Managers? Think Again. U.S. Millennials Choose a Career for Me Over Being the Boss – Being the boss is low priority for Millennials – Just 17% in the U.S. rank leadership as top career goal – Millennials are eager to learn individual skills, just not management – Millennials prize technical, interpersonal and IT skills …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Why Big Companies Should Act Small To Engage Millennials

Why Big Companies Should Act Small To Engage Millennials Wes Gay    An environment of intrapreneurship give employees in general, and millennials in particular, the freedom to pursue new ideas that support the mission and vision of their company. Ideas are cheap, and everyone has them. The best way to get buy-in for a new …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Dog-friendly perks attractive to millennials – Story | WTXF

Dog-friendly perks attractive to millennials   POSTED:NOV 14 2016 02:44PM EST UPDATED:NOV 14 2016 02:44PM EST LOS ANGELES – Dogs in the workplace are becoming a perk to lure millennial employees from competitors, no matter how many sick days they offer. According to a recent survey, 71 percent of men and 62 percent of women …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

How mission statements can improve millennial happiness | Employee Benefit News

How mission statements can improve millennial happiness By Amanda Eisenberg Published November 14 2016, 6:21pm EST The reevaluation of a company’s mission statement could be a stepping stone to a happier and more inspired workforce. And it won’t cost management a dime. Employees are working more than 40 hours a week due to an increased …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Millennials march against Trump – The Blade

LOS ANGELES — High school students left class by the thousands today, carrying their signs and their chanting voices into the streets of several U.S. cities six days after Donald Trump’s election. They walked out in California, Colorado, Maryland and other states, many declaring concerns over the president-elect’s comments about minorities and the effect he …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Speaking their language: engaging and retaining millennials at work | HR Dive

Speaking their language: engaging and retaining millennials at work AUTHOR Tena Lyons PUBLISHED Nov. 15, 2016 HR professionals have read the research on millennials. We know they’re America’s largest generation.1 We know the majority (55%) are not engaged at work.2 And we’ve heard leaders and researchers note that millennials are unlike other generations in the …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Millennials struggling with student debt, uncertain economy – CBS News

Millennials struggling with student debt, uncertain economy Living with his parents in Verona, New Jersey is not what 23 year-old Anthony DeCandia envisioned after graduating from college last year. Anthony DeCandia CBS NEWS But then again, he didn’t envision being $80,000 in student debt either. “Obviously I love my family, I love the free food …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Work-Life Balance, Not Income, Defines Success for Millennial Entrepreneurs

Work-Life Balance, Not Income, Defines Success for Millennial Entrepreneurs By Chad Brooks, Business News Daily Senior WriterNovember 16, 2016 08:30 am EST Credit: Mangostock/Shutterstock Young business owners don’t define success by how much money they make. Instead, 79 percent of millennial small business owners measure the success of their business on whether they have a flexible …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

The Modern Millennial: Management Tips for Employers

The Modern Millennial: Management Tips for Employers By Nicole Fallon Taylor, Business News Daily Managing EditorNovember 14, 2016 10:40 am EST Credit: Jacob Lund/Shutterstock Lazy. Entitled. Narcissistic. Unreliable. Delusional. Shallow. These are just a few of the terms that have been used over and over and over again to describe the millennial generation. This demographic …

Continue reading »

Nov 16

Does the ADA Protect a Customer Service Agent With Dissatisfied Customers? The Ninth Circuit Says No – Lexology

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled against a failure-to accommodate claim brought by a customer service employee who was fired for poor performance. According to the court, the former employee, who suffered from endometriosis and headaches, was not able to show that she was qualified to perform the essential functions of a customer …

Continue reading »

Older posts «

» Newer posts