Many hiring and recruiting professionals believe that Baby Boomers are “too old” for new technology such as video interviews and would find them unappealing and complicated. However, a study by the Pew Research Center revealed that nearly 75 percent of 65 to 69 year olds go online. The income and education of the individuals whom […]
The Class of 2014 will include more than 1.5 million graduates with bachelor’s degrees. Companies may experience hundreds of applications flooding in from qualified candidates competing for open positions; so, what can you do to determine who will be a perfect fit for your organization? Various technology is readily available for companies to take advantage […]
It’s no secret that Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000) are people who love their social media websites and technology. These individuals have grown up in a world of constant technological development and, thus, have an easier time adopting new technology into their daily lives. According to an infographic by Flowtown, 74 percent of Millennials […]
Millennials in the workplace get a pretty bad rap. Their coworkers complain that they’re entitled. Managers say they’re lazy. And news headlines report that unemployment rates for Gen Y are higher than any other age group.
In a recent article, I discussed the notion that there is no longer such thing as job security. Some believe that company loyalty to employees is a thing of the past and employees are smart to take care, maybe even get out of the corporate world and set off on their own. But is the […]