Gen Y Professional Development
Unless companies strive to understand what motivates millennials, They will not be able to manage youngsters efficiently
The workforce is changing, but in ways it really isn't very hard for employers to live with.
The future of your company could depend on how well you understand young workers' need for mobility and provide training to help them achieve agreed-upon goals.
Millennials don't plan to work their career at one company but they wouldn't rule it out if the company helped them envision a future there.
Fostering an atmosphere of learning benefits your business as employees become more skilled.
If you want to retain top talent, focus on establishing a culture with ample professional development opportunities, that empowers instead of commands, and that serves as a platform for innovation and intrapreneurship.
Young workers have a few demands that it is entirely worth it to meet.
The internet and social media promise you are always connected but not if you don't lift your eyes from the screen to see who's in the room with you.
Personal development accounts encourage employees to grow their talents while demonstrating your faith that they will.
Follow these eight steps to prompt (older) employees, colleagues and business associates to respect and value your input and actions.
Tweeting, sharing and texting are not substitutes for making conversation and being at ease with people.