M illennial this, millennial that. Companies everywhere have been trying to find ways to handle the wave of millennials entering the workforce. The millennial generation has been slapped with so many labels (hipsters, techies, innovators, the instant-gratification generation, the special-butterfly generation, the short-attention-span...ah, you get the idea) that it’s difficult for their employers to know which labels, if any, can provide insight into how to manage these new young’ins! Here’s some good rules-of-thumb for the overwhelmed manager-of-millennials.
S o it’s 2016, and one of your company's new years resolutions is to do more team building activities. Everyone gets to cut loose, have some fun outside the office and get to know each other a little bit better.
D uring a visit to the NASA space center in 1962, President John F. Kennedy noticed a janitor who was deeply concentrated on his work. He interrupted his tour, walked over to the man and asked him what he was doing that he was so
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