Millennial Generation

Owner Blames 'New Generation' Of Workers For Restaurant Closure

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 02.03.2016 | Canada Business

She said young workers expect to be "paid dearly" and have shifts scheduled around their cellphone use.

Gen Xers Vs. Millennials: Who Has It Harder?

Kathy Buckworth | Posted 01.15.2016 | Canada Parents
Kathy Buckworth

Telling your parents, be they Boomers or Gen Xers, that they 'had it easy' isn't fair. It negates the hard work we all did to get to where we are, and puts it all down to luck and advantage, and ignores what I believe are two main ingredients for success: motivation, and initiative.

How Millennial Shopping Patterns Are Changing Fashion

The Huffington Post Canada | Philip Mak | Posted 01.15.2016 | Canada Style

Stores are feeding millennials’ hunger for experiences and a personal relationship with brands.

Industry Insights From A 7 Year Old

Kelly Lovell | Posted 12.18.2015 | Canada Business
Kelly Lovell

As the end of the year comes to a close, industry leaders are already preparing for what's next and refining their 2016 strategies to stay on top of the market. With baby boomers retiring and millennials being the most studied generation to date, market leaders can gain insight from the next generation, Generation Z.

How We Can Improve The Next Generation's Financial Outlook

David Gens | Posted 02.05.2016 | Canada Business
David Gens

It will be important to stimulate and encourage Canada's youth to become the next generation of business owners and operators, especially as more and more small and medium-sized enterprises engage in transitions of ownership from one generation to the next in the coming years.

Take Your Business To The Next Level By Motivating Millennials

Caitie Drewery | Posted 12.08.2015 | Canada Business
Caitie Drewery

Whether you like it or not, millennials are the largest generation in the Canadian workforce. Simply put, we are the future of your business. So why not skip the nasty nicknames and let's figure out how we can all work together to help your company continue on -- and maybe even grow -- after you've retired.

Millennials Don't Heart Your Company's Basic Technology

Dave Borrelli | Posted 11.10.2015 | Canada Business
Dave Borrelli

Technology is not a nice-to-have for the millennial generation; it's a deal breaker. And considering that by 2030 75 per cent of the workforce will be millennials, it's something to take seriously. Millennials' technology expectations, coupled by their social media, mobile computing and app usage, are spreading into the workplace.

Housing Bubble Fears Are Causing A Rental Housing Boom

Ben Myers | Posted 11.06.2015 | Canada Business
Ben Myers

Warnings of a housing correction are not new, but the frequency has increased. A couple of southwestern Ontario markets (most notably Toronto) and the Vancouver metro area are pricing out first-time buyers. In other major centres across Canada, the flatness or slowing of house price appreciation has dissuaded potential buyers from jumping in.

The Difference Between Self-Exploration and Selfie Obsession

Amy-Rose Lane | Posted 10.19.2015 | Canada Living
Amy-Rose Lane

For those who came of age with a smartphone, the revolutionary impact of social media meant that you didn't just see yourself through the eyes of your peers. You could curate your own narrative. This has caused a quiver of psychologists to point out the detrimental effects of creating your identity online.

Seniors Outnumber Kids Under 14 In Canada For The First Time

CP | Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press | Posted 09.29.2015 | Canada Living

The shift was driven by a trend that took root in 2011 and has continued to accelerate — the aging of the baby boomers

Study Says Millennials Don't Think Much Of Their Generation

CP | Jesse J. Holland, The Associated Press | Posted 09.04.2015 | Canada Living

The older the group, the more positively they saw themselves, the Pew study found.

Meet the Millennial Executive

Lina Duque | Posted 08.11.2015 | Canada Business
Lina Duque

Abdullah Snobar is the executive director of Ryerson University's DMZ business incubator, ranked first in Canada and fifth in the world. That puts Snobar in charge of the downtown Toronto home to over 400 entrepreneurs and 50 employees.

Let's Empower Girls and Women With the #WithStrongGirls Movement

Hannah Alper | Posted 05.14.2015 | Canada Impact
Hannah Alper

ONE launched their new campaign, #WithStrongGirls. It is all about empowerment and the belief that if we empower women in developing communities, they will be able to sustain themselves and break the cycle of poverty.

How Canada's Banks Are Reaching Out to Millennials

Carlos de Torres | Posted 04.26.2015 | Canada Business
Carlos de Torres

A recent study found that millennials are attracted to online resources to help them manage their money and answer their banking needs. Banks have been listening to what their younger consumers are after and changing how they can offer their services.

Don't Be a Slave to Technology, Unplug and Get Happy

Mary Donohue | Posted 03.30.2015 | Canada Living
Mary Donohue

Rather than free us from the drudgery of work, technology has made us slaves to our phones and laptops. It has taken the entry of the most technologically savvy generation in history to realize that fact and, hopefully, to change it.

My Mother's Own "Cheap Week"

Caitlin McKay | Posted 03.01.2015 | Canada Living
Caitlin McKay

When I read my daughter's article about her "Cheap Week" it warmed my heart that she is as cheap as I was. It brought back memories of my own youthful financial desperation. It's good to know that she's inherited the family cheap streak. I, too, had to be cheap, so why did I get concerned when I realized my daughter was tippy toeing around the poverty line?

Why Does Everyone Keep Telling Me To Get A 'Real' Job?

Kelly Lovell | Posted 02.08.2015 | Canada Living
Kelly Lovell

The definition of a traditional career does not lend well in today's innovation and technology driven economy. Workplaces are changing. No longer must you come into the office everyday for business meetings when you can stay at home and with a click of a button, video conference with executives around the world.

Millennials Are Failing to Launch When it Comes to Their Finances

Ashley Redmond | Posted 02.02.2015 | 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.

When it Comes to Finances, Gen Y Should Be Called 'Gen Screwed'

Candice Malcolm | Posted 01.20.2015 | Canada Business
Candice Malcolm

Nine-million baby boomers will retire from the workforce over the next two decades, and when they do, they will start to consume the most expensive forms of government programs. This is great news for seniors, but terrible news for our public finances and for young Canadians forced to foot the bill. Generation Y has been dubbed the "Millennial" generation because we came of age at the turn of the new millennium. A more fitting name for this cohort is Generation Screwed.

12 Things Established Professionals Can Learn From Millennials

Evan Thompson | Posted 01.12.2015 | 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.

Students Need an Education on Their Own Credit Scores

Ashley Redmond | Posted 12.30.2014 | Canada Business
Ashley Redmond

It's time for students to take control of their finances, and the first step in doing that is becoming more knowledgeable. Melissa Jarman, director of student banking at RBC, says there's a lot of work that needs to be done to improve financial knowledge.

How To Deal With Adult Children Living at Home

Caitlin McKay | Posted 10.17.2014 | Canada Living
Caitlin McKay

After the initial shock of Junior Child moving back home we started to realize that this situation was not so bad. Our individual lives, which had expanded to include activities and friends that were not possible during the child rearing years, were not curtailed. We started to enjoy the company of our adult daughter and were able to offer help with cover letters and resume writing.

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.

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...