Not only are Millennials OK with dating in the workplace, they have no qualms about dating a superior and telling people about it.
Which group of employees do you think is more likely to want help when making benefits decisions? Click over to see if you’re correct.
In exchange for their loyalty, employees expect something in return. The problem: Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials all expect something different. Here’s a guide to meeting everyone’s expectations.
Everybody knows that your youngest employees are a challenge to handle — they have an “entitlement” mentality, they don’t see work as important, they’re difficult to manage. Guess what? Those assumptions are wrong.
Seems that the recession has knocked a little sense into younger employees. Too bad hiring managers haven’t gotten the message.
What do those 20- to 29-year-olds want from their jobs now – less-stringent dress codes, subsidized meals, fewer cubicles? Guess again.