Posts Tagged ‘Millennials Jobs’

Why paying millennials by the hour is a mistake

By: Eric Chester Fast Casual Aug. 13, 2013 Q. What’s the simplest way to pay an employee? A. Wage per hour. Simply multiply the number of hours worked by the agreed upon hourly wage, subtract taxes and presto — a paycheck! Hourly compensation has been a staple of the free enterprise system since Rosie fastened […]

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How Small Businesses Can Build A Relationship With Millennial Customers

By John Mason, General Manager of IBM‘s Midmarket Business Forbes Aug. 12, 2013 By 2017, millennials –- those consumers now in their mid-teens to mid-30s –- will have more spending power than any other generation in history. This is also a generation that has grown up with information at its fingertips, and isn’t afraid to use — or share […]

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Advisers Must Understand Millennials To Attract Them

By Gary M. Stern Investor’s Business Daily July 26, 2013 Members of the so-called millennial generation like to live for today. Many don’t consider hiring a financial planner. The wealth managers that require a minimum $250,000 investment make it hard to attract Gen Xs and Gen Ys who were born between 1970 to 2000 and haven’t […]

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Savvy millennials get an early start on investing

By: Melissa Leong Financial Post July 22, 2013 Much is often made of the financial pressures that Millennials face. They have higher tuition costs and graduate with heavy student debts.  They face heftier housing prices and shrinking job opportunities. But in the face of that, Millennials are starting to invest for the future at a […]

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Getting Millennials to Love Their Jobs Isn’t About Pool Tables and Beer

By: Aneil Mishra PolicyMic July 04, 2013 Only 30% of employees are motivated at work, and that is up from 28% in 2010.  About half are disengaged, don’t really care if they are “there” or not, and the rest are actively disengaged, resulting in lost productivity and other costs to the organization, like turnover.  Which category do you […]

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Youth unemployment is a global crisis

In the Globe and Mail this morning Konrad Yakabuski  sums up details of the global youth unemployment crisis: While Europe is the epicentre of youth unemployment, the crisis is a global one. In Canada, more than 411,000 young people under 25 were out of work in April, pushing the youth unemployment rate up to 14.5 per […]

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The millennial parent

By: Sarah Kendzior Aljazeera May 29, 2013 I have a friend who was the first in his family to go to college. He grew up poor in the rural Midwest and earned his BA from a top school in the region. But when the recession hit in the early 2000s, he could not find a […]

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Four tips for hiring the best millennial workers

By: Josh Tolan The Globe and Mail May 28, 2013 Millennials are the future of the work force. Today, about 40 million tech-savvy millennials have entered the job market and by 2025 that number will skyrocket to 75 million. If you’re looking in your company crystal ball, the odds are good you’re seeing millennial talent […]

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The six ways Generation Y will transform the workplace

By: Lauren Friese and Cassandra Jowwerr of TallentEgg Special to The Globe and Mail Mar. 12, 2013 More than 12 million strong and representing more than one-third of Canada’s population, Generation Y is the largest demographic cohort to come after the baby boomers. Born between 1981 and 2000, members of Generation Y, also known as […]

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