Tag: Gen Xers

As the Ranks of Older Workers Grows, Employers Urged to Capitalize on the Trend

It’s become a mantra resounding from more and more employers: Good help is hard to find. For years now, employers have bemoaned their inability to recruit and retain workers for the full range of employment, everything from low- to high-skill positions. But researchers who study the workforce and the trends shaping it point to a […]


Younger Generations Embrace Continuous Learning

The skills gap continues to plague organizations across the nation and one way to combat this problem is by upskilling your existing workforce and training new workers on what it takes to succeed in your organization and industry.


Compensation Will Drive Recruiting and Retention in 2020

In the world of recruiting and retaining top talent, compensation will drive all your efforts this year. According to Monster.com’s 2020 State of the Candidate Survey report, compensation is a recurring theme among all jobseekers in every aspect of the hiring process and an employee’s tenure; because of this, employers that take an active approach […]

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Mental Health Issues More Prevalent Among Gen Z

America’s workforce is increasingly diverse along a number of axes. Companies are leveraging this diversity by putting more and more emphasis on diversity and inclusion initiatives to help boost their bottom lines. But, companies that strive to promote diversity in their workforces need to be aware of the specific needs and expectations of the groups contributing […]

Successfully Recruit Manufacturing Workers with a Strong Culture

Company culture—whether orchestrated or not, every company has its own.  A strong culture appreciates and empowers employees, extending way beyond the occasional “pizza party” day or annual recognition program.  All the large and small layers that define a company’s culture can add up to attracting and retaining employees.

Training Older Workers Part I—Why They're Worth Your Investment

With so much talk about the ascent of Millennials and Generation Z in the workplace, it can be easy to overlook the potential inherent in a company’s older workers. That includes not just Generation X (sorry, Gen Xers, but some of you are getting into your 50s) and Baby Boomers but even the Silent Generation, […]