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Meet Generation Z: What You Should Know about Your Youngest Workers

Even though it seems like employers just got used to hiring Millennials, a new generation is joining the workforce. Generation Z’s members were born beginning in the mid-1990s. They’re now graduating college and getting jobs. “2017 will mark the first full year that Gen Z will be settled into the workplace, with a new outlook… Read More »

7 Tips for Today’s Changing Labor Market By Sara Gillard

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce. This is a scary thought for people reviewing their hiring budgets, because the average employment of a Millennial with a specific company is just two years, according to a 2015 article. To further complicate the process, there are fewer… Read More »

The Final Generation — Recruiting Gen ‘Z’ By Raghav Singh

The millennials are so yesterday. Now it’s time to start thinking about recruiting Generation Z — defined as those born between the mid 1990s and 2010 and now representing over a quarter  of the US population. (What comes next – Generation “AA”?) Call them the mature millennials. They grew up in a world defined by… Read More »

Seasonal Employment: Tips and Traps by Mona M Stone

Whether due to holiday shopping, increased tourism, or winter weather, employers across the country are turning to seasonal works to help with increased customer demands this time of year. Industry fluctuations may necessitate the use of temporary help to meet your businesses’ short-term staffing requirements. Employers should be aware of some tips and traps when… Read More »

10 Ways to Reduce Employee Turnover by Dorie Clark

We all know it costs thousands of dollars — if not tens of thousands — when an employee quits. There are recruiting expenses, your own time as you screen and interview candidates, lost productivity as someone gets up to speed, and the abiding fear that the new hire “won’t take” and you’ll have to repeat… Read More »

30 Terrible Pieces of Social Media Advice You Should Ignore

by Ellie Mirman There are a lot of so-called “social media experts” out there. Dishing out advice, sometimes based on limited experiences, and sometimes based on nothing at all. Even the true social media experts sometimes share some misguided advice based on their beliefs and experiences. So with all this bad advice floating around the… Read More »

What Do Millennials Really Want?

Alan MurrayInfluencer Editor, Fortune Magazine   This is the year the millennial generation – ages 18 to 34 – will surpass the baby-boom generation in size. It has already done so in cultural and social significance. We boomers grew accustomed to the notion, forged over decades, that we drove the zeitgeist of our times. No… Read More »

My 5 Killer Job Interview Questions

Tania Seary Founder at Procurious When I started procurement management consultancy The Faculty, I declared that I was building a culture, not a company. Culture can’t be forced, but it also doesn’t happen organically. It stems from recruitment; it’s not always the best person, but the right person for the job that can help foster… Read More »