Why “Millennial” Isn’t a Dirty Word in the Workplace

“Lazy” “Spoiled” “Self-Absorbed” “Connected” “Special” Search for “Millennials in the Workplace” on Google and these are just a few of the terms you’ll find used to describe 18-34 yr olds in the workforce. 54 million Millennials are in the labor force, accounting for roughly 1/3 of all Americans working today. As this generation begins to […]

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Oh Wait… There’s More: Networking Guide for Millennials

Last week, I discussed the similarities between business networking and meeting your significant other’s parents, complete with tips for trudging through. However, there’s a lot more to networking than putting yourself out there. While that’s a great start, if you really want to reap the benefits of networking, there’s more to it. Make a lasting […]

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“Hipster Henry”

Henry is a confident, self-assured young adult entering the workplace with new ideas for change, a team oriented attitude, and of course, his smartphone. Dealing with the Millennial Employee Henry is what the experts are calling a “millennial”—young adults born sometime between 1980 and 2000. They have a “can-do” attitude and ambition that puts them at […]

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