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The “Always-On” Work Culture: Relieving the Stress Faced by Gen Z and Millennials

In a hyper-connected world where technology is deeply intertwined with our daily lives, the boundaries between work and personal life have become increasingly blurred. This shift has given rise to the concept of the “always-on” work culture, a phenomenon that…
Hiring and managing Gen Z talent

The Invisible Crisis – Leadership’s Failure to Retain and Recruit Gen Z Talent

In the current fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape, organizations face significant challenges in attracting and retaining younger employees (specifically, Gen Z and younger Millennials). While this generation possesses unique skills, perspectives, and hungers for opportunities, many leaders seem oblivious to…
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My thoughts on the Harvard Business Review’s take on inter-generational issues

  The inter-generational divide in the workplace has become so pervasive that the Harvard Business Review is now writing about it. A recent article begins: In a recent conversation with the HR leader of a Midwestern U.S.–based financial services company,…
Talent Management of the Future for Millennials and Gen Z EmployeesHow to attract & keep younger (Gen Z) talent

Millennials (born 1981-1996) and Gen Z (born 1997-2012) are the youngest generations in the workforce, and they present unique challenges for CEOs looking to attract, onboard, train, and retain top talent. This free white paper gives valuable steps to helping CEOs and leaders create a positive culture for the future workforce.