Tag Archive: Workplace Trends

Mar 04

How I Used Movies To Reach My Millennial Employees – Forbes

If you work in the tech sector like I do, chances are a lot of your new hires are millennials. Now, I could grumble here about how successfully onboarding new employees is difficult, because millennials do things differently than I did when I was their age. Or, I could realize that change is constant, and …

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Mar 04

How to manage a multi-generational workforce | CIO

With multiple generations making up today’s workforce, conflicts are bound to arise — especially as millennials assume management roles. Here’s how to take best advantage of the unique characteristics of Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y. Today’s multi-generational workforce poses unique challenges for CIOs and managers. Baby Boomers, Generation X and millennials all bring …

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Mar 04

4 Ways Millennials Will Reshape Your Concept of the Office

The combined forces of the digital revolution and the millennial generation’s transition into adulthood will bring exciting new changes to the workplace. As the first generation of digital natives, millennials bring a lot to the table, and building an office around their updated communication and work styles offers exciting possibilities. Although they don’t always laugh …

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Mar 04

E-Learning for Millennials Goes Mobile with NHGO Live

Everything around workforce training and development must be mobile enough to consume it anywhere at anytime. Yet, there is a foundational need for people seeking direct interaction with an instructor. Sometimes this involves clarifying a particular question, or maybe you just enjoy being in a virtual room collaborating with other students. Whatever your learning and training …

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Mar 04

Millennials: Thinking About Quitting Your Job? You’re Not Alone.

When you hear about a lot of people all leaving the same company, you may tend to think that there’s something wrong with the organization. But what does it mean when people from the same generation are all planning to leave their jobs? Well, that’s what is happening with Millennials. In fact, a recent survey …

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Mar 04

5 Steps To Building An Attractive Work Culture For Millennial Talent – Highland Community News: Business

As the economy takes a positive turn, a new concern is keeping employers awake at night: culture, including employee engagement and retention. The proof is in the data. • Eighty-six percent of companies rate work culture a top priority, a 20-percent increase from last year, according to Deloitte. • Ninety-five percent of job candidates believe …

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Mar 04

Millennial Entrepreneurs Are Starting More Businesses – Fortune

Millennial entrepreneurs have launched about twice as many businesses as boomers. A new generation of entrepreneurs has arrived, and they’re already outperforming their parents. They’re the “millennipreneurs,” as a new survey puts it, and at just 20 to 35 years old, they’re starting more companies, managing bigger staffs, and targeting higher profits than their baby …

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Mar 04

3 ways millennials will change your business – The Business Journals

  Last year, millennials surpassed Generation X in the workplace. Today, in the U.S., one in three workers is a millennial, someone between the ages of 18 and 34. They’re numerically the largest generation, standing strong at an estimated 80 million. But beyond the numbers, the millennial mindset is changing traditional views of business, creating …

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Mar 04

Top 7 Reasons Millennials Stay With Their Employers

  Millennials are known for hopping from job to job. According to PayScale, the average tenure of a millennial is two years. Compare that to members of Gen X, who are likely to stick around at a company for five years. It’s in your organization’s best interest to keep millennial workers on board. To do that, …

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Mar 02

How to Give Constructive Feedback to Millennials

The Millennial generation has built quite the reputation of being soft and unresponsive to feedback, but that’s not always the case. It’s not the feedback that Millennials don’t like, but rather the way in which it is delivered. Break through this communication barrier by learning how to give constructive feedback to Millennials with these tips: …

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