You’re probably sick of hearing about Millennial workers, and as a Millennial, so am I! Fortunately, Generation Z is starting to enter the workforce, which means we can all turn our attention to attracting and retaining this new group of workers. But before we completely write off Millennial talent, I’ll share a few strategies some […]
Much has been studied about multiple generations in the workforce, and often, the opportunities age diversity presents get lost in the worries about generational tension.
Onboarding can make or break any new hire. If you aren’t properly onboarding your new staff, these workers may become a flight risk. New research from Hibob, an HR tech platform, reveals that 64% of new employees are less likely to stay at a job after a negative onboarding experience.
At one point or another, most of us have probably felt burned out.
Generation Z (those born roughly between 1995 and 2015) and Millennials (those born roughly between 1981 and 1994) are set to become the world’s future leaders … and, soon. As you train them, keep this in mind, as well as the five best practices for training them that are mentioned below.
As businesses continue to adapt to and change with the times, one working arrangement is standing out among workers and employers: remote work. This popular way to work has many benefits for both parties involved, but it also comes with risks.
Look around your company. What do you see? Is everyone around you roughly the same age? Or does it vary?
Here are five compelling stats that you’ll want to consider as you develop and manage your mentorship programs, according to an Olivet Nazarene University study.
Companies in today’s job market have to work hard to attract and keep top talent. That means not only paying competitive salaries but also providing solid benefits and a favorable work environment. For many, this last part includes flexible hours and the ability to work remotely some or even all of the time.
There’s a certain image that probably comes to mind for many of us when we think of Wall Street bankers: expensive suits and well-groomed people.