Multi Generational Learning: Top Tips
Nov20

Multi Generational Learning: Top Tips

One of the big complaints that entry-level candidates have about finding a job is that employers always want someone with at least two years of job experience. They wonder how they are supposed to gain two years of experience if no one will hire them. On the other end of the career spectrum, mature workers have difficulty because there is a stereotype that older workers are unable to learn new techniques or technologies. The problem...

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Professional Development is Important to Millennials
Aug01

Professional Development is Important to Millennials

Millennials are changing the workplace, and they are doing so in large numbers. Born between 1980 and 2000, millennials are the face of the newest generation of workers, and they demand a different workplace than the generations before them. They can command those changes because they are in short supply in places where birth rates are lower, and they will support an older population as life expectancy increases, points out a 2011 PwC...

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Five Ways Companies Can Attract Millennials And Increase Staff Retention
May24

Five Ways Companies Can Attract Millennials And Increase Staff Retention

The days of graduates sticking with the first employer they find out of school until retirement are sadly behind us. It’s not uncommon for recent graduates to hop between jobs. Trying different specialities and even different industries until they settle on something enjoyable isn’t uncommon. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as the frequent staff turnover can bring some fresh energy to your team with greater regularity....

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What Employers Look for When Hiring Recent Graduates
Dec22

What Employers Look for When Hiring Recent Graduates

Entering postsecondary is an exciting new chapter for many. Everyone has a different route and there is no such thing as the right way to live your postsecondary career. You may choose to pursue your interests and further develop yourself by getting involved, whether it be running for student elections, participating in school clubs, or working at an internship. Or, you may choose to strictly focus on getting high grades. Fast forward...

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Are Human Resources Necessary?
Dec15

Are Human Resources Necessary?

For decades, there has been a negative stigma against Human Resources. Human resources have been based on being the department that is seen by many as “a dark bureaucratic force that blindly enforces nonsensical rules, resists creativity, and impedes constructive change.” However, if companies are trying to change, whether to become more successful or better corporate citizens, a flexible and smart HR department is vital. The company...

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Current Game-Changing Marketing Trends
Dec13

Current Game-Changing Marketing Trends

Every marketing strategy adapts and reacts to the changes that take place in the technology and attitudes.

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The Future of Compensation & Benefits is Wealth & Wellness!
Nov04

The Future of Compensation & Benefits is Wealth & Wellness!

It is about time we take a stand to revolutionize the most controversial segment in the HR space and gravitate towards giving our people “WEALTH & WELLNESS”

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Why Millennials Are the Best-Prepared Business Owners
Aug26

Why Millennials Are the Best-Prepared Business Owners

by Helena Ball originally posted on Inc. Growing up with technology, Millennials have become well-versed in its potential dangers. Now that many members of that generation have become business owners, they’re wisely readying for security breaches and other issues that could affect their companies. According to a survey of small-business owners published Thursday by insurance company Nationwide, Millennial owners are much more...

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