Ahead of the Curve
Effectively Managing "Typical" Millennials Results in Greater Productivity, Satisfaction and Retention
When people hear the word millennial, it isn’t always met with the best response. The group of workers, those born between 1981 and 1999, has often been misrepresented as selfish, entitled, and not open to learning. This is not at all true. Millennials are... more
Jeff is the manager of the human resources department of a mid-sized manufacturing firm. The office recently upgraded to Windows 10 for all the employees’ computers. Mostly everyone in the office seems to have picked up the nuances of the new software program with relative ease. However, Maria, a nine-year veteran of the HR department, is having some trouble learning Windows 10, and getting... more
Employee coaching has definitive, measurable benefits to companies and their employees, from the ability to provide better services to improving job performance, from reducing turnover to ensuring organizational sustainability. It’s a win-win situation for the employees and the company and can bring many advantages by utilizing expert career coaches:
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Communication plays a key role in employee engagement. Adopting certain communications strategies will result in workers who are fully absorbed and enthusiastic about their work. They will perform better and take an interest in the success of... more
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