By Gillian B. White, originally posted at the Atlantic. There have been many labels thrust upon the Millennial generation, especially when it comes to their work ethic. The group has been called lazy, entitled, and spoiled—but at the same time the generation has also been heralded for its collective innovation and desire to work for … Read More
By Brianna Steinhilber, originally posted on NBC News. The generation is spearheading change in the workforce — and they’ll switch jobs until they find what they want. When it comes to the workplace, millennials get a bad rap. The generation (loosely defined as those born after 1982 and before 2004) tend to to be labeled … Read More
By Simon Sinek, originally posted on After Skool, on YouTube. Simon Sinek explains how the millennial generation became so entitled. A combination of failed parenting strategies, technology, impatience and environment have created a wave of young people who can’t hack it in the real world. Click here to continue watching.
Originally posted at Millennial Marketing. Check out this great infographic resource page about millennial statistics, such as: Millennials are born between 1977 -2000 Millennials make up 25% of the US Population Click here to continue reading.
By Philip Bump, originally posted on The Atlantic. We can all agree that Millennials are the worst. But what is a Millennial? A fight between The New York Times and Slate inspired us to try and figure that out. After the Times ran a column giving employers tips on how to deal with Millennials (for example, they need regular naps) (I didn’t read the article; … Read More
By Simon Sinek, originally posted on Inside Quest, on YouTube. Excerpt of Simon Sinek from an episode of Inside Quest. Click here to continue reading.
By Lowell Brown, originally posted on American Bar. Organizations must do more to build a culture of engagement if they want to thrive in a future workforce dominated by Millennials. That was the key message from the “Managing Generational Differences in the Workplace” session at the 2017 NABE Annual Meeting in New York. Millennials—typically defined as people … Read More
2017 CWB Multi-Generational Impacts on the Workplace Report In spring 2017, the CWB developed the Multi-Generational Impacts on the Workplace report based on a literature review and synthesis of current practical research and media coverage on the five generations in the U.S. workforce. What are the traits and values that define each generation, including key differences and similarities? How do the … Read More
By Susan M. Heathfield, originally posted on The Balance Careers. The millennials joining your workforce now are employees born between 1980 and 2000, or 1981 and 1999, depending on the source. Unlike the Gen-Xers and the Baby Boomers, the Millennials have developed work characteristics and tendencies from doting parents, structured lives, and contact with diverse people. Millennials are used to working … Read More
By Larry Alton, originally posted on Forbes. Millennials have been transforming the workplace for the past decade or so, emerging on the scene with new attitudes and striking characteristics that inspired excitement and resentment from previous generations. But the millennial generation we’ve been tracking, criticizing, and celebrating for years is undergoing a dramatic shift; they’re no longer … Read More