There is a generational divide in how we view the value and depth of our co-workers.
Don't just blame the Millennials. The struggle between the status quo and young up-and-comers is ageless, and important.
Sixty-eight percent of millennials would sacrifice a work friendship in order to get a promotion, according to a new survey by LinkedIn.
Never mind the stereotypes about Gen Y. Young people will at times act young.
Entrepreneurs with years of workforce experience and accumulated wisdom launch the businesses of their dreams.
With skillful leadership, different generations can work together and learn from each other.
When this Homewatch CareGivers franchisee entered a crowded local market, he focused on the niche instead of the common.
Arnie Williams worked in the franchise industry on the corporate level for 27 years before investing in his own franchise.
Dan Roda became a Nurse Next Door franchisee after working in sales for 31 years in an effort to find a job that was fully meaningful.
Yes, you can mentor and coach Generation Y employees to assume leadership roles.
Melanie Kittrell knows that people love popcorn. So, she's working to find new ways to sell it to eager customers.
After working in electronics retail stores for years, Scott Meyers decided it was time to start his own family business.
When Brian and Karen Bourlier bought a Buffalo Wings & Rings franchise, they did it for their sons – not for themselves.
Prior to becoming an auto care franchisee, Nick Carpinello worked as a CPA, an equity investor and a controller of a software development company. Here's what he's learned.