Posts Tagged ‘generational characteristics’

Hire Smart by Hiring Older?

Pop quiz. Who uttered this memorably ageist quote in 2007? “I want to stress the importance of being young and technical. Young people are just smarter. Why are most chess masters under 30? I don’t know. Young people just have simpler lives. We may not own a car. We may not have family. Simplicity in…

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Millennial Hiring Part 7: The Job Offer

  You have found a Millennial that fits your hiring needs and you are ready to make a job offer. Perhaps you have various perks that you think this new Gen Y candidate will find appealing. Possibly you are able to offer a highly competitive salary that you think they won’t be able to refuse.…

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Millennial Hiring Part 5: Hiring Gen Y Women

We have already visited a few different topics on Millennial hiring – job hopping, money  matters, what to keep in mind, and what to avoid. Focusing on a specific subset, we will examine the differences in hiring Millennial women and their impact on the workforce. According to Women Powering Business, the latest U.S. Census shows…

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Millennial Hiring Part 3: Things to Keep in Mind

In previous articles, we discussed that Gen Y workers need to feel a sense of purpose when it comes to work, and while job satisfaction is important to them, money is as well. This week, let’s discuss a few other noteworthy Millennial characteristics companies should keep in mind when it comes to hiring Gen Y…

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Millennial Hiring Part 1: Gen Y Job Hoppers

Millennials rule. At least according to Fortune Magazine editor Alan Murray. They rule because, as of this year, Gen Y workers will surpass the number of Gen Xers in the workforce for the first time. In Fortune Magazine’s latest issue of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, many organizations on the list (i.e. Google)…

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