The way your company thinks about and manages its workers needs to change. In some sectors, recruiters are already having trouble filling jobs that don’t appeal to millennials, while in others, technological advancements such as sentient tools
My period is a dark, viscous, murderous red. Yet tech companies keep selling me products to control it, all cast in that mellow-cool shade of my generation: millennial pink.
I'm frequently served ads for period tracker apps and other forms of
Still using that "Millennials to Snake People" Chrome extension? Here's a PSA: remember to turn it off if you're writing a piece for the New York Times.
In what is perhaps my favorite editorial correction ever (okay, fine, nothing will top
There are two types of people in this world. Those who live at inbox zero, who frantically read, remove, and reply to emails the very instant they arrive.
And, then there's the rest of us: Those who live with thousands of unopened emails
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Millennials. Employers have denounced them as a generation who require constant affirmation in order to get hard work out of them. But what if we have it all wrong? What if the secret to our techno-centric future is unequivocally tied...
Imagine if a group of millennials had been given the task of inventing some means of accelerating learning in the organization. What would they create? How much would it look like the training we know? It’s pretty easy to guess at the answer.
If managing millennials is a major topic of conversation — and frustration — in your organization, here are eight things managers and your organization can do that will bring out the best in your millennials. These practices will help
If you’re like most human resources professionals, you want to create a workplace where misconduct can’t thrive — and that starts with a strong focus on culture. Most people entering the workplace are looking for a positive,
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"Stop hitting yourself... Stop hitting yourself..."That's the sound of ESPN bullying itself into irrelevance as we've now learned that the self-described "worldwide leader
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