Millennials in the Workplace

Millennials Are Taking Jobs Rather Than Careers

Whether the benefits package and pay were too good to turn down, the schedule was flexible, or it was the only thing that was open, we accept jobs and maneuver different career paths for a myriad of reasons.  A few may land their dream jobs promptly...

Millennials and The Future of Work

Co-author Lolly Fitzpatrick of Talentcove As a business leader one of your main goals, if not the most important, is to make your company grow and succeed. To be successful in reaching this goal, you need to build high- performing teams who are engaged and proud...

Attracting Talent In The Sharing Economy

Phrases like “the youth of today are the workforce of tomorrow” flood Pinterest boards but we all know “tomorrow” always comes along a lot faster and a lot sooner than any of us are prepared for. Born between 1982 and 1993, there are over 80...

Millennials: The Socialization Experience

Most Millennials despise the notion of being considered a “digital native”, no matter how accurately descriptive the term is. Yes, they may navigate the web better than any other generation and yes, they happen to be more engaged socially but they’re not deserving of the...

2014 Pivot Conference Podcast Interview with Andy Jankowski #Millennials

Above is a recorded Pivot Conference interview with Andy Jankowski, Founder and Managing Director of Enterprise Strategies, discussing how to  attract and retain millennial talent in the workplace.    "If you want to attract and retain this generation you have to speak to their values, you have to...

The Inevitable Experience: Millennials in the Workplace

Co-Author Savannah Mitchell   Millennials, sometimes known as “Generation Me”, are cited in an endless amount of sources as an object a company has no choice but to obtain and then provide for a seemingly endless set of additional accommodations. Buzzwords and concepts such as flextime or...