Regardless of the latest technological advances, the coolest innovations or the greatest leaders, organizational success can be boiled down to three fundamentals.
Differences notwithstanding, a multigenerational workforce offers a distinct competitive advantage. It’s an opportunity to learn from experience and benefit from the innovation that a fresh perspective can bring.
Because millennials dominate the workforce, companies are adjusting their approach to talent management to cater to this generation’s motivations and mindset. Here are three strategies for attracting, training and retaining the young talent you want.
Whether employees are facing technical bugs or user error, any wrinkle in the user experience can cause a learner to give up and log out of your LMS – unless there’s a quick, easy way to get help.
Power Digital Marketing recently rolled out a unique company initiative that invests in the growth and development of our majority-millennial staff.
Young millennials and Generation Z make up a large part of the retail workforce. What will it take to engage these employees and develop them into associates that provide a great customer experience and boost sales? Training is one answer.
As millennials now represent more than 50 percent of the workforce and Generation Z begins to enter it, personal, engaging and relevant new hire onboarding programs are important.
Authentic leaders reduce turnover by building trust and creating a culture where people want to work. They motivate and engage employees by igniting passions while aligning personal motivations to corporate goals.