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When it comes to employee engagement, businesses are grappling with the challenge of how to best engage Millennials, the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, in purposeful and rewarding work.
Call it purpose, passion, meaning, or whatever you’d like, but these days, everyone is trying to find a job that they’re excited about and that provides them with a sense of accomplishment. We hear it from our clients, friends and family members, but we wanted to dive deeper into how people view purpose at work, its importance and whether they’ve found it or not.
To put it simply, promoting diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do. From a qualitative point of view, it seems like a diverse and inclusive workplace would result in a more successful business, but does the data support it?
Last week we talked about the importance of helping your employees set goals for the New Year. This week we dive into positive impact goal setting at your organization: how to, and its importance for your business.
The millennial generation – those born between the 1980’s and the year 2000 – are often boiled down to talkers, techies, and social media gurus. However, they are considerably more complex than often given credit for, and they’re entering the workforce at an exponential rate.
The surprising results of this year’s presidential election put many business leaders in a difficult position. How do you address the elephant in the room and potential impacts on the business while staying politically neutral?