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How millennials communicate, who they trust and how they consume information are also factors that, whether businesses are ready or not, are already impacting organizations and how they currently function.
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.
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 online jobs site.Monster Canada says recent numbers f...
My chosen career is one of the top 10 most misunderstood jobs by Canadian parents. In response to the growing need to bridge the generation gap when it comes to the world of work, LinkedIn held the first annual LinkedIn Bring In Your Parents Day on November 7. I, along with employees from across the globe, walked into my office with my parent.
Yes, the Millennial Generation. The generation born between 1982 to 2002 that has been mischaracterized by many employers as lazy, incompetent and entitled, is the same Generation that is the best prepared for the changing nature of work. The reality is that the demands of today's Millennial Generation are the same demands that enable their own survival. The Millennial Generation is merely being motivated by self interest and self protection given today's economic and social constraints.
Are you a Canadian under 35? Have you struggled to find work? Been forced to relocate? Taken multiple part-time jobs, or given up looking for work all together? HuffPost Canada is looking for stories...
They're in their twenties; they're hungry. They're coming for your office. They're "Millennials" and many will want to wear flip-flops to work, don't care about spelling, have zero discipline, and expect the keys to the C-Suite. Like it or not, managers have to find a way to help Gen Y. Here are a few techniques for mitigating millennial migration.
When Carley Smith graduated from a public relations program in 2006, she decided to take a decent-paying job far outside her preferred field rather than slog it out as an intern. Six years later, appr...
TORONTO - Conventional wisdom would suggest that Jonathan Glencross has a bright and secure future ahead of him.Anyone who completed an undergraduate degree from McGill University, established and dev...