Decoding Millennial Speak

Don’t roll your eyes right away. I’m not talking about decoding our acronyms for things [examples: LOL (laugh out loud), BTW (by the way), IDK (I don’t know), BAE (before anyone else)]. I’m talking about understanding our at-work language. Learning to decode Millennial speak in the workplace will not only help Millennials, but will help … Continue reading Decoding Millennial Speak


Millennials Have (and Need) Big Problems to Solve.

A recent study found that Millennials––the generation born between 1981 and 2000––are generally dissatisfied with their jobs and disaffected with their long-term career prospects. Offered a better opportunity, Millennials are significantly more likely than previous generations to jump ship. This wariness to commit is understandable. The economy’s in recession, salaries are stagnant, employee benefits have … Continue reading Millennials Have (and Need) Big Problems to Solve.


Recruiting a Diverse Workforce

It is always great to hear from experts on how to recruit a diverse workforce. As global practice leader for recruitment process outsourcing at ManpowerGroup Solutions, Jim McCoy strives to help organizations recruit and retain a diverse workforce. McCoy, who identifies as LGBT, knows from experience how embracing diversity in the workplace can lead to … Continue reading Recruiting a Diverse Workforce


Move Up in Your Career: Expert Tips for Millennials

We found these great tips from a nationally known millennial workplace expert! In this third and final installment of an interview with Lindsey Pollak, a nationally known millennial workplace expert, we’re looking at how you can move up in your career as a millennial-and the ways gen Y job seekers can benefit when they give … Continue reading Move Up in Your Career: Expert Tips for Millennials