Americans are not only living longer, but they are also working much longer than in the past. In the 21st century workforce, five generations—from the Silent Generation to the GenZers—are all sharing the workplace at the same time. While these more experienced workers of the earlier generations are valuable role models for younger workers, the Silent Generation and Baby Boomers are staying employed for years past traditional retirement age.
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For the Millennial generation, it seems that death and taxes are no longer the only certainties of the world. As of 2017, Millennials bear the highest student loan debt burden compared to any other generation, and with Gen Z close at their heels in joining the workforce; the fears of paying off student loans will only increase.
I'm pleased to post the following from our summer employee. As Millennials—the quick-learning and young go-getter generation that revels in its creativity—begin to become established in the workforce, the Boyette team has gone one step further by embracing a member of Gen Z to their team. I’m Robert Stodola: a Gen Zer, a native of [...]
Accompanied by a panel of experts, Del will discuss economic incentives in today's business environment from the site consultants perspective as well as the economic development organization's vantage point.
On May 7th through May 9th, Del and Tracy will present The Bottom Line of Being Green: Building Sustainable Communities at the 2017 Florida Economic Development Conference in Fort Lauderdale.
Many businesses continue to face the challenge of not being able to find enough qualified people to fill entry-level positions.
Ready or not here they come. There are many myths circulating around the millennial generation but now is the time to put those myths aside and focus on some of the ways that millennials are winning at work.
Although some companies would like to see federal environmental restrictions loosened, most customers and employees today want companies to be more sustainable, producing more environmentally and socially responsible goods. This is a challenge facing some CEOs today.