Human resources people often like to say (at least in the past) that there are three kinds of employees – Exempt (from overtime pay),..
We hear a lot about the so-called new “millennial” generation and how different they are to lead. However, they are not so “new”..
As little as only a few years ago, many articles, radio programs and even TV news slots abounded with predictions of impending generational..
Every employee needs to have individual goals in alignment with overall business objectives. What those goals are should be the same for a..
PR and Social Media: Using Current and Alumni Employees to Share Greatness with Others Regardless of Generation
The buzz of Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Pinterest, and so many other social networking sites roar through the stratosphere of great..
Job interviews can be daunting for both the interviewer and the interviewee. Often the interviewing situation is one where younger people..
Knowledge and information are probably the top two commodities of any business. Without that, your organization will quickly crumble...
Engaged employees go the extra mile to bring projects in on time and below cost, while doing their best to problem solve and ensure..
Generational Differences: Managing Different Expectations and Meaning When Mentoring the Generations
Mentoring serves a number of important functions in an organization. Among other things, mentoring helps people to learn important skills..
Everyone knows that recruiting and retaining good employees is what makes or breaks a business. To do that, you have to cast a wide net...