Category Archive: Millennial Recruiting

Mar 31

Recruiters Must Wake Up To Generation Z – Minutehack

Generation Z are like millennials after four double espressos. Believe it or not, it’s time to update your recruitment strategy to account for a new breed of candidates about to hit the workforce. When talk turns to the next generation of the workforce, it is invariably Millennials getting the attention. Aged between 19 and 35, …

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Mar 30

Capture & Engage Gen Y/Millennial Meeting Goers with Technology | TSNN Trade Show News

  For trade show and conference planners looking to capture and engage more Generation Y/Millennial attendees, accommodating their technology needs to be a top priority. These digital natives rely on their mobile devices for much of their communication, information sharing, socializing and networking. When they attend an event, the expectations are that technology will be …

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Mar 30

Generation Z job-seekers turn to smartphones for help | 89.3 KPCC

If you’re a teenager looking for a job, get in line. Or go online, and you’re bound to discover – as older generations have – that the process of finding work is more tedious than it once was. Those teens, who are part of what demographers call “Generation Z,” are starting to nudge their way …

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Mar 26

Know Your Generations of Recruiting Software | 2016-03-22 | Talent Management

Today, there are five generations in the workforce: traditionalists, boomers, Gen X, millennials and, chomping at the bit, Gen Z. Each generation is defined by the events in their individual histories and brings a slightly different view on what work is, how it’s performed and what value it holds. The differentiations have been reported well, …

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Mar 26

Attracting next generation of employees is the greatest business challenge for HR leaders | Training Journal

A major new study published by Capita Resourcing today reveals that 83 per cent of HR leaders believe the workforce expectations of this generation are not far from what companies already offer. Nicola McQueen, Managing Director, Capita Resourcing, stated: “Businesses need to see Gen Z as agents of change that can act as the driving force behind new initiatives that benefit every generation …

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Mar 25

Companies Adapt To Recruit, Retain Millennials – News – Charleston Digital Corridor

Search online for “millennials in the workplace” and more than 500,000 results will surface on Google, including “how to train for and manage millennials,” “millennial characteristics” and “how to not irritate the hell out of millennials.” Millennials are one of the fastest-growing generations in the workforce, and companies are looking for ways to recruit and …

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Mar 25

Millennial Career Management: Tips Retaining Millennials

Millennial career management is on every HR professional’s mind nowadays as they think about attracting and retaining the best of this generation. Millennials currently make up one-third of the American workforce, reports the Pew Research Center. They are valued in workplaces for their technology prowess, their drive and their highly creative minds, but they are …

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Mar 22

A Good Place for a Wall-Street-Occupying Millennial? How About Wall Street!

Your organization wants to lure Millennials—those socially liberal, tree-hugging, peace-loving folks, the ones who distrust big government and the big institutions it funds, are skeptical of organizational hierarchy and demand flexible work schedules. So what better place for a Millennial than the Army, right? What? That’s right. People ages 15 to 29 ranked the U.S. …

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Mar 17

Top state CEOs talk retention, millennials – Upstate Business Journal

Building a business is hard, but it helps if you have good people – and can avoid those not so fit for your company, according to CEOs of some of the state’s fastest-growing companies. “Most people focus only on EBITDA … but there are so many other aspects that add value to your business,” said …

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Mar 16

The popular new perk companies are using to attract millennials – The Washington Post

Forget foosball tables or free snacks. The latest employee benefit for recruiting and retaining young employees is more practical. On Tuesday, Boston-based Fidelity announced that it had begun offering a perk that would help employees repay their student loans. All full-time employees at the manager level and below can get up to $2,000 a year paid toward their student loan, …

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