Tag: Gen Y
In any work environment, work or personal, we converse with other people. Conversations involve the act of listening and speaking; it is an exchange of information, no matter how casual or important. What is interesting to think about though, is how much we actually listen or are listened to by other people? I came across [...]
After your new entry-level employees have been on the job for a month or two, scheduling a performance review can be a great way to provide constructive feedback and highlight areas of success.
Today’s job market is constantly evolving to accommodate new technology, new industries and new workers.
While President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act healthcare plan has received its fair share of criticism and support in Washington, D.C., one aspect in particular has remained a swinging pendulum of public opinion – individual mandates.
With December fast approaching our system shows at least 31,000 students from our network will be graduating from their college or university. Congratulations to all of our 2011 graduates! We have a wealth of data on entry level jobs in our network that we would like to share with you. The numbers should help you [...]
As members of Generation Y, we’re subject to all sorts of assumptions about our priorities, work styles, and habits. We’re entitled, we’re creative, we’re lazy, we’re innovative. It can be hard to prove ourselves during a job interview or even on the job when we don’t know if the reputation of our generation has preceded [...]
When I first started telling people that I was in Master’s Degree program in Library Science, I almost always got one of two reactions: 1. Yeah, I can see that. 2. Wait. You have to go to school to be a librarian? Yes, yes you do. To be a librarian, not a library clerk or [...]
I have always heard of the expression “poker face” but recently read the definition to understand what it means. According to my findings, a poker face is an expression in which you hide your emotions; no one can tell what you are feeling exactly by of the expression on your face. In the workforce, we [...]