Look around your company. What do you see? Is everyone around you roughly the same age? Or does it vary?
Tag: Generation Xers
Providing a great company culture is a surefire way to attract top talent. Employers have a variety of ways to highlight their culture, but some jobseekers prefer a one-stop shop—Glassdoor, which offers them a glimpse into your company’s offerings via reviews and information left by current and former employees.
There are now five generations in the workforce.1 While some industry leaders think this causes a lot of problems and conflicting interests, a lot of research is concluding the opposite. Myths about a multigenerational workforce must be dispelled and dismissed from conversations if businesses truly want a productive and effective workforce. Keep reading to see […]
Mentor relationships in the workplace are a great way to build relationships between employees, share knowledge and corporate culture, and retain employees. Traditionally, we think of a mentor relationship as between an experienced mentor with a lot of time spent in the industry and the company and an inexperienced mentee. Typically, this mentee is new […]
Forget about the friction that may occur when different personalities must work together. Layer on top of that a multigenerational team demographic, and watch things combust.
What effect do generational differences have on employee learning during training, and how can trainers adjust their delivery to accommodate learners of all ages? For some insight, we hear from Aero Jet Medical Chief Operating Officer Ronny Wilson.
Have you tried to understand what your Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials expect from their jobs? The next generation of workers, high school seniors, already have an opinion about how their work life should be. CareerBuilder recently explored the topic with a survey. A new CareerBuilder survey looks at how the next generation of workers […]