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They struggled to attract top talent. Turnover was high. New salespeople only stayed about 18 months before leaving. Morale
In summary, when added into the diversity and inclusion equation (that includes demographic diversity or cognitive diversity
Many millennials are driven by extrinsic goals, like money, status, and fame. For example, young people are enthralled with celebrity culture, and many want a piece of fame -- and think they can get it.
This is the problem we face: too much FaceTime and not enough face time.
Monday, September 26, marked the first debate of the 2016 presidential election. By, Jacob Smith "I'm hopeful that they will
Millennials are the majority of the workforce, with more than half of them already ascending into leadership roles and transforming
By providing our students with opportunities to participate in team building exercises, inter-generational dialogue and introspective
I recently celebrated my forty-ninth birthday. That means I am in my fiftieth year. I suppose that makes me old. The laser
Being born in May of 1989 allowed me to enjoy an entire decade of life without being tethered to mobile and social technology.
By Katherine Hahn  Even in the crazy universe that is 2016, nothing screams “traditional” quite like a wedding. Crisply ironed
In many ways, however, millennials are more financially responsible than the Generation Xers and baby boomers who came before
A majority-Muslim country invites ten Jewish Millennials from New York to attend an interfaith conference. At a time of cynicism and division, it sounds implausible, but it happened to us.
As we continue to digitalize our presence, our "self" moves further into a digital space. We are struggling to define ourselves in a space that doesn't exist, it is overwhelming.
Women should support each other but never take away the right for another woman to vote for someone that has a different gender or opinion than us.
Millennials. I am one, my husband is one, and if you're not one yourself, then you probably know one. They say we want everything for free, we don't want to work, and we want all of life's luxuries at our fingertips.
There are millions of fresh college grads burning the midnight oil in the workplace, giving 110 percent of their energy and effort to their employers. Yet most of them are barely bringing home enough income to survive.
Empowering girls and women is powerful. Today, we know it is the key to economic growth, political stability, and social transformation. World leaders, experts and scholars alike are giving their voice to this critical endeavor.