Month: October 2018

How Millennials Have Helped Shape The “Ideal” Work Environment

Millennials in the Workforce Currently, 35% of American employees are millennials, which makes them the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. By 2020, nearly half of the workforce will consist of millennials. While these facts may make some people cringe, it is actually a good thing. Too much time is spent emphasizing the negative …

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Preventing Burnout Within Your Organization

What Is Burnout? According to Psychology Today, burnout is a state of chronic stress that leads to physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism and detachment, as well as feelings of ineffectiveness or lack of accomplishment. Christina Maslach, professor emerita of psychology at the University of California at Berkeley, cites three main warning signs that mean an …

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Helping Employees Become Financially Fit

The Financial Health of Americans Whether it’s house problems, car trouble, or medical bills, unplanned expenses are relatively common. According to a recent Bankrate report, more than one-third of households had a major unplanned expense in 2017 and half of those expenses costed $2,500 or more. That same report revealed that only 39% of Americans would be …

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Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace

Diversity and Inclusion Having a a diverse and inclusive culture is a very beneficial trait when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. It also plays an important role in innovation and overall business success. Diversity and inclusion are completely intertwined, and one does not work without the other. Despite this, most companies group …

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