4 WAYS TO MOVE MILLENNIALS FROM UNDEREMPLOYED TO HYPER-UTILIZED

Most managers who see an empty chair at a Millennial’s desk or see them sinking a lot of time into social media while on the job would chalk the behavior up to lazy or lack of focus. I on the other hand would say it’s because the Millennial is underemployed.

4 Ways To Move Millennials From Underemployed To Hyper-Utilized

Being underemployed is similar to when your school teacher considered you a disruption in the classroom because you would finish your homework or test before anyone else and then you would start talking to your peers because you were bored out of your mind. Read more

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6 MILLENNIAL MOTIVATORS: A GUIDE TO WHAT MOTIVATES MILLENNIALS AT WORK

Where there are unmotivated Millennial employees you will find uninspired leaders who lead teams of anxious, job-hop-in-a-heartbeat Millennials. For the leaders eager to spark change and energy into their organizations there are specific Millennial motivators that can be leveraged to ignite Millennial hustle and extend Millennial retention.

6 Millennial Motivators: A Guide To What Motivates Millennials At Work

1) Innovation

  • 78% of Millennials were strongly influenced by how innovative a company was when deciding if they wanted to work there. (The 2014 Millennial Study)
  • 66% of Millennials work in organizations that actively encourage/reward its people for innovative ideas. (Deloitte)


Millennials want to change the world and they believe innovation is the catalyst. They will lean into their high-tech and hyper-connected upbringing to find answers to today’s complex problems. Innovation matters to Millennials…big time.
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HIRING SOMEONE WITHOUT EXPERIENCE MAY TURN OUT TO BE YOUR BEST HIRING MOVE [GUEST POST]

If your company is on the cutting edge of a new business solution, you may want to consider adding talent before they’ve been working too long for someone else. Inexperienced, entry level job candidates, provide a clean slate that a savvy employer can mold into the perfect employee over time. 

Hiring Someone Without Experience May Turn Out To Be Your Best Hiring Move

Fresh graduate jobs that don’t demand a lot of experience can be set up as low-cost internship opportunities to help a company screen future job candidates on-the-job. Read more

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THE PROVEN PRESS STRATEGY FOR ENTREPRENEURS AND BRANDS ON A BUDGET

I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that it’s hard to get heard in today’s noisy world. The good news is that today’s social web enables you to connect directly with the media. No more dreaded gate keepers. If you’re interested in more exposure for your brand or business but don’t want to break the bank on a PR team? Then consider investing some sweat into the below strategy.

The Proven Press Strategy For Entrepreneurs And Brands On A Budget

This press strategy is something I have been refining over the last few months and one of my most recent and notable wins was scoring an interview with Fast Company using this strategy. I share these wins not to impress you but to impress upon you that the this strategy works and I hope you achieve similar success. Read more

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