Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are defined as being born between 1980 and 2000, but perhaps you know them more for their stereotypes: narcissists, the selfie generation, social media addicts, overly sensitive. Supposedly, they’re unorthodox, they want special treatment, and they have no work ethic. But they’re here—and their numbers in the workplace are […]
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Part pariah, part godsend, Millennials occupy a unique space in the social and working world. Raised on a diet of technology and participation trophies, Millennials are challenging the corporate world to find ways to balance their unique skills and quirks, and engage them. In reality, however, Millennials are nothing new, and what engages them may […]
Defined as the “Legal Haze,” the new laws regulating marijuana usage may make employers feel like they are in a weird place, unsure
Defined as the “Legal Haze,” the new laws regulating marijuana usage may make employers feel like they are in a weird place, unsure of the role the new law will play in their workplace. Check out our infographic below to learn more.
Three generations make up a majority of the workforce. While each generation has their own unique qualities and needs, a single comprehensive strategy can attract and retain them all.
Curmudgeonly Boomers, Skeptical Xers, Entitled Millennials
Welcome to the candidate’s market: unemployment is down and demand