Kronos intern Megan Grenier shares her takeaways on multigenerational communications in the workplace.
Today’s guest blog is courtesy of one of our summer interns, Marissa Beaudoin. After reading a recent blog post about “optimizing your millennial employees” (and other countless articles and posts related to Generation Y), I can’t help but give my opinion on the matter. Not because of the constant bad reps they’re getting, or even … Continue reading Enhancing Your Best Assets: Generation Y
Today’s guest blog is courtesy of one of our summer interns, Marissa Beaudoin. I once read that college graduates should approach finding a career the same way you approach finding a partner- the only way to find the right job is to go out on a lot of “dates” to try them out and see … Continue reading Internships: Insight into the Future
As the long Labor Day weekend beckons, many of us pause to reflect on our work, where we are in our careers, and how happy we are in our jobs. I don't know about you, but at this time of year I often experience vivid memories of what it was like to go back to … Continue reading The View from the Ground Floor – Back to Work vs. Back to School
Guest Blog submitted by: Greg Scott, Jennifer Earls, Kelley Kossakoski Hello, everyone! We are excited to introduce you to a unique miniseries at the Workforce Institute, a series of blog posts that will follow the early stages of professional development of three recent entrants into the working world. We'll tackle issues that affect how generations … Continue reading The View from the Ground Floor
In a new article from our board member, Steven Hunt, he talks about the challenges of keeping your selection standards high when the labor market is tight. He discusses the downside of lowering the bar to increase your applicant pools - increased turnover, decreased morale, lower productivity - and suggests a number of strategies to … Continue reading Doing the Talent Acquistion Limbo