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Best Practices for Managing Millennials in the Workplace

When the word “millennials” comes up in HR situations, it can sometimes be construed as “employees that are new to the workforce.” Today, this is far…

6 Ways to Prepare Millennials for Leadership Roles

According to the Pew Research Center, the first millennials were born in 1981, which means the older members of this peer group have already turned 40….

4 Ways to Appeal to Millennial Workers

It’s official. Millennial workers are reshaping the workforce. And, regardless if you approve of the changes they’re making to the workplace or not, you’re going to…

Virtual Reality in Recruiting and Training

Virtual reality may seem like fun and games but is quickly becoming serious business at career fairs and recruiting events. Recruiters are increasingly using virtual reality…

Millennials vs. Generation Z in the Workplace

Just when the workplace was getting accustomed to millennial employees, along comes a new generation of workers: Generation Z. Those who are not part of either…

Microlearning for Millennials and Generation Z

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s a service-on-demand world out there. If you want a meal, you can get one in minutes at the drive-through, or…

Split-tasking vs. Multitasking – The New Way to Get Things Done

Do you consider yourself a multitasker? No doubt you feel you have had to become one as the workplace has changed, technology requires more attention, and…

Role-hopping vs. Job-Hopping

For years job-hopping was considered a red flag when reviewing a resume. Why does this candidate job-hop? Is there a personality problem? A lack of skills?…

Millennial Workforce: Changing The Way We Do Business

Millennials are the fastest growing segment of the workforce, slated to comprise 75 percent of the labor force by 2025. Already they have made their mark…