Ready for Generation "Next"?

Your current team will not be your "forever team." Co-workers, colleagues, and even supervisors come and go with time. It's important to recognize that even though your team might seem mission critical, there will inevitably come a time when you have to dive into the talent pool and select some more eager workers to help you do business. Are you ready to onboard, nurture, and let the next generation of talent drive your success? Here are a few things you should know about the latest additions to the job market.


Don't Fear the Millennials

Millennial workers are a notoriously tricky breed to work with. Too often, they are dismissed as overly self-centered or entitled. This is not the case. The millennial generation was raised in a time of general peace and prosperity, particularly in the U.S., and this has given them the opportunity to focus on their professional development in more creative or innovative ways than past generations. While some employers are still focused on creating a traditional workplace for an older generation, this can create a bit of an awkward fit for many recent graduates.

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