Making the most of millennials

Karine Lipinski

Gen Y workers generally get pretty bad rap. They’re accused of being disloyal, self-centered and lacking respect for their managers. They want constant praise and quick promotions – and if they don’t get it, they’ll be off to the next job in the blink of an eye. They are, however, also the future workforce and will […]

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5 business books to read on your summer vacation

Sunglasses and a book

We’re nearing the end of summer vacation, and you’ve probably already packed a few poolside blockbusters (or downloaded them onto your Kindle) – but what about adding a few business books to the mix? When you’re relaxed and away from the daily distractions of work, it can be a great time to catch up on […]

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How to keep your older employees engaged

Due to later retirements, we will see an astonishing five generations in the workforce by 2020: Traditionalists (born prior to 1946), Baby-Boomers (born 1946-1964), Gen X (born 1965-1976), Millennials (born 1977-1997) and Gen 2020 (born post 1997). Maximising the potential of this ‘Baby Boomer’ generation – many of whom may still work for 20 years – is […]

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