Archive for millennials SmartBlogs
Dan Schawbel is an optimist, and this is a good thing for readers of his new book, “Promote Yourself: The New Rules For Career Success.”
Americans know that unemployment and underemployment are persistent (and maybe inevitable), robots are going to take all our jobs, and wage growth isn’t what it used to be. Plus, there’s the matters of competing with the rest of the world, improving education and determining a vision for the jobs and safety nets of the future.[…] Continue Reading »
Having to replace an employee is nothing new. Every business goes through the cycle. Sometimes, it’s the employee’s desire to move on; other times, it’s the company’s decision to part ways. Both sides have their reasons. It’s one thing for a company to have a turnover spell every now and then. But to have it happen in droves, to one specific generation of employees?[…] Continue Reading »
We are entering the time of commencement speeches. Some may go viral while others will evaporate as soon as the words are spoken. It is an important time, nonetheless, as a younger generation enters the next phase of their life and leadership path.
A millennial leader address to other leaders
It might be interesting to switch the roles.[…] Continue Reading »
Fast casual has certainly given other segments in the restaurant industry a run for their money in the past few years, and it’s no surprise that this segment has become the fastest-growing in the industry. The combination of fresh, made-to-order, customizable and less costly food is more appealing in terms of healthiness, transparency and cost-saving options. But most recently, we’re seeing casual dining trends increase as well, with consumers visiting casual restaurants even more than fast casuals, proving that a little competition can be a good thing.[…] Continue Reading »