Canada Millennials

Life After the Loss of a Sister

The Reply | Posted 12.20.2014 | Canada Living
The Reply

After suffering such a significant loss, Carly has learned to cherish what is truly important. She talks about how grateful she is to have people in her life who she knows will always stand by her side, no matter what. "There aren't words to describe how much my family means to me."

Why Millennials Are Still Buying Vinyl

The Reply | Posted 12.16.2014 | Canada Music
The Reply

Vinyl record sales are up a staggering amount in recent years. Sales have increased year-over-year since 2008 and show no real signs of letting up. Whether or not you buy into its staying power, vinyl offers a very different experience than buying digital.

10 New Years Resolutions for Milenials

Ken Rabow | Posted 12.15.2014 | Canada Living
Ken Rabow

Yeah. I know. New years is soooo far away. You might as well wait. Start cramming when the Dick Clark replacement is at the 3...2...1 before figuring...

There's a Reason Millennials Want a Culture of Collaboration at Work

David Borrelli | Posted 12.12.2014 | Canada Business
David Borrelli

A recent study shows that a culture of collaboration is one of the top things millennials are looking for in an employer. Building this type of culture not only makes business 'cents' through increased productivity and creativity, but it also creates a more engaged workforce, increasing morale and helping attract and retain top talent.

Millennials Are Failing to Launch When it Comes to Their Finances

Ashley Redmond | Posted 12.03.2014 | Canada Business
Ashley Redmond

Millennials are reaching the age when they should be achieving financial autonomy and independence, but unfortunately many aren't. Why are millennials having so much difficulty landing a job and living independently? According to a survey, this generation says its biggest obstacle to financial success is the lack of earning power and unemployment, followed by a lack of budgeting, planning and saving.

A Not-So-Ordinary Love Story In The Wake Of Tragedy

The Reply | Posted 12.02.2014 | Canada Living
The Reply

One split second can change everything. After a tragic car accident led to the loss of her leg, Raeven Bell had to learn to walk again. She had to lea...

12 Things Established Professionals Can Learn From Millennials

Evan Thompson | Posted 11.13.2014 | Canada Business
Evan Thompson

My mentoring work has led me to conversations with millennials who have left a positive and lasting impression. I have learned much from them -- practically and personally. Their different view of the world, while seemingly foreign to the older generations, can provide a different lens through which to see things that can have a profound effect on business.

11 Things Only Whiny Millennials Will Say

The Huffington Post Canada | Brian Trinh | Posted 11.05.2014 | Canada Living

If there are names millennials are sick of being called, "whiny" falls somewhere near the top of the list next to "entitled" and "ungrateful." But...

Think of Toronto As Your Broadway Set For The Upcoming Municipal Elections

Shane Feldman | Posted 12.22.2014 | Canada Politics
Shane Feldman

The Producers are there to make sure that all the needs of every part of the show are met. If our stage is the City of Toronto, the Producers are our City Councillors. These are the individuals, who are chosen by you to be your voice and ensure your needs are met. They vow to work tirelessly to give you the opportunity to do your very best on the City of Toronto stage.

How Youth Could Make or Break the Toronto Election

Rob Henderson | Posted 12.15.2014 | Canada Politics
Rob Henderson

With the election a mere two weeks away, all candidates have a real opportunity to improve their standing by focusing on youth voters. When the survey was conducted, two out of three of the youth voters polled, stated they were very likely or definitely voting in the upcoming election with public transit, the economy and youth unemployment being the issues that are most important to them.

Why We Should Mentor Millennials Suffering From Mental Illness

Ken Rabow | Posted 11.01.2014 | Canada Living
Ken Rabow

Some with Bipolar or other mental health issues but they had one advantage that Robin Williams did not (I really wasn't going to say me, please)... they had not learned how to succeed in life. They were stuck and nothing before our work had worked.

How To Get Millennials To Pay Attention To Your Product

Rob Henderson | Posted 10.28.2014 | Canada
Rob Henderson

To put it simply, cars have changed dramatically over the last century, but marketers are still doing the same old thing: using the 'one colour approach' in an attempt to draw in an audience whose wants and needs differ vastly from their predecessors.

Stop Complaining About Self-Entitled Millennials in the Workplace

Dina Vardouniotis | Posted 09.30.2014 | Canada Business
Dina Vardouniotis

So who are these self-entitled and demanding employees? They're your kids! As you struggle to keep up-to-date on the latest technological innovation and manage the relentless stream of news sound bites by the second, you also busy playing the role of your millennial kids' career coaches and life counsellors for fear that they might move back home. So where did you go wrong?

Kofi Annan: Global Solutions Will Be Defined by Youth

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 09.23.2014 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

Is it just us, or does the world feel a bit scarier lately? The world needs experienced leaders -- grizzled global firefighters with the wisdom to staunch the flames and guide us through turbulent times. One is Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Empathy Is the Key to a Successful Business

G(irls)20 | Posted 09.21.2014 | Canada Impact
G(irls)20

Everyone should act as a leader to make a strong environment for their business. If you are reading this, you may be a smart leader that knows how to earn money and build long-term relationships with your clients. If you analyze the key behind this kind of success you will find there is a simple answer: empathy.

Millennials Facing 'Undersupply Of Good, Solid Jobs'

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 09.16.2014 | Canada Business

TORONTO - Millennials may be facing a tough job market, but they are the age group spending the least amount of time between jobs, according to an onl...

Millennials Will Lead the Workplace Revolution

Mary Donohue | Posted 09.13.2014 | Canada
Mary Donohue

Since I launched my business, executives have told me that they didn't have the time, money nor inclination to train and promote anyone other than the top 20 percent of their leadership, because that is where they believed their profits came from. Wrong. The negative financial effects of ignoring 80 percent of your workforce are as damaging as they are prevailing.

Do You Use All Three Forms of Communication?

Mary Donohue | Posted 08.10.2014 | Canada
Mary Donohue

If you can master this skill our research demonstrates that you can increase trust in leadership by 9 per cent in as little as 13 weeks. What does this mean to business higher productivity? Less churn. What does the mean to politicians, the difference between losing and winning, especially in a horse race election like Ontario's.

Achieving Student Loyalty -- What Would Don Draper Do?

Rob Henderson | Posted 07.29.2014 | Canada Business
Rob Henderson

After I watched the season seven finale of Mad Men, I opened my laptop and stared at our latest yconic research on student loyalty. With the finale st...

For New Grads, Job Strategies Just Aren't Enough

Jaime Morrison | Posted 07.29.2014 | Canada Business
Jaime Morrison

For most people in my generation, stress runs high. Among high school students and university/college students, academic stressors are king. That said, the main stressors facing students and recent graduates are integrally connected. Career stress is a big concern.

Why You Should Care That Grads Are Entering the Workforce Stressed Out

Rob Henderson | Posted 06.29.2014 | Canada
Rob Henderson

This is a generation that cares about their community and is very motivated to make a difference. By providing opportunities to positively impact their community, you will also help them feel good about themselves and their company, which will ultimately have a profound impact on relieving their stress.

Please Don't Associate Me With 'Bud Light Living'

Hannah Jack | Posted 06.14.2014 | Canada Living
Hannah Jack

What I think is important to remember is that the twenty-somethings of the 60's weren't any different than us. They had the same advantages and disadvantages that we have -- I mean, minus iStuff. But they felt comfortable enough to get weird and be anti-establishment and fight for what they believed in. Why don't we?

WATCH: Mobile Connectivity Charts New Course For Business

Posted 04.10.2014 | Canada Business

Dave Wilkin is the founder of Ten Thousand Coffees, a networking site that brings recent grads together with business leaders. He notes in the video a...

Forget the Flashy Office, Millennials Want Jobs With Security

Jaime Morrison | Posted 05.21.2014 | Canada Business
Jaime Morrison

While Millennials are known for being the generation of "job-hoppers," switching jobs year-to-year, data from our most recent study shows that the threat posed by high unemployment rates is starting to impact our career goals. A flashy open-concept office or extravagant signing bonus may not be what many new grads are looking for.

I'm Actually Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman

Hannah Jack | Posted 05.19.2014 | Canada Living
Hannah Jack

This is what it actually feels like to be not a girl not yet a woman. You're young enough to go out drinking on a Monday afternoon and old enough to take a good hard look at yourself in the mirror the next morning. You're young enough to still wear leggings as pants but old enough to realize you really need to start doing some squats.