What Millennials Want and Why You Need to Care

By 2025, 75% of the global workforce will be Millennials –that is less than 10 years from now.  Clients often ask us – what makes Millennials different? 1.  Millennials are the most diverse population. 2.  Millennials are also the most educated generation in American history, with more having college degrees than another generation.  Millennials have a strong set of unique values. They appreciate community, and though they utilize technology more than any other generation, they still prefer “real life” relationships over social media followers.  Millennials like brands they can trust – as well as products/organizations that strive to improve the global community.

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Retain Your Clients when Competition Gets Tough

The testament to a GREAT business is one that ultimately keeps clients coming back. Here are FOUR things a business can do TODAY to ensure their clients return.

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Hiring and Recruiting Changes with Generation Z

With the Millennial generation taking over the workforce, and Generation Z soon to follow, businesses need to be on top of their recruiting and hiring efforts. Understanding recruiting trends is key to sustaining an organizations hiring process and attracting top talent.

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Retaining Talent In A Challenging Economy

In this highly competitive market for capable employees, employers need to consider fresh ways to motivate and retain their best performers. Truly accomplished staff is hard to find and even harder to keep. Provide enough perks, promote enough benefits, and soon employees will see these incentives as essentials. They become so core to the work experience that the employee can’t imagine leaving them behind for a new employer.

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10 Creative Ideas for Your Office Thanksgiving Celebration

Turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie…everyone knows the key ingredients to a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. But what about the ingredients for the perfect office Thanksgiving celebration? This year, you don’t need to provide your employees a full-blown feast. Instead, focus on the reasons for the holiday: showing your appreciation, and encouraging them to give back to the community. To help you out, we’ve come up with a list of unique ways to put the “thanks” and “giving” back in your office Thanksgiving.

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