Millennials are changing the game and have begun to shift the workforce in more ways than one. Millennials are those born between 1980 and 2000, so they are currently between the ages of 15 and 35. Chirag Kulkarini from Insightfully shares seven ways millennials are shifting the traditional mindset and gaining success at a young age.
There has been a lot of debate about millennials, our roles in the workplace and the way we view our careers and lives in general. But it seems we have quite a bit in common with our younger counterparts, Generation Z (those born in 1995 and after). An infographic from human resource consulting firm Adecco takes a look at the similarities and differences between millennials and Gen Z when it comes to the way we view work and our futures.
[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”BwEa5TeHIsZoe3nShLAgnCzO5jDNQB6H”]New research from EY, a global professional services organization, confirms a conviction of mine: millennials at work care more about flexibility and freedom than pay. Those who want to woo millennials will definitely want to read this one. [Read more…]
In this week’s edition of Millennial Monday, I’m sharing my take on two recent articles regarding Gen Y wages. [Read more…]
In today’s edition of Millennial Monday, I’m sharing my take on how companies can hire millennials. [Read more…]