Competition for talent is getting more intense. Last month’s positive jobs report was great news, but it also means that employers are going to have to step up to the plate and offer a compelling value proposition in order to recruit and retain the best talent. Fall behind and it will be your competitors, not […]

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The numbers are in: 25-35 year-olds are contributing far less than expected to retirement and other savings plans – and sky-high monthly college debt service requirements are a big part of the reason why. According to data from EdVisors, those graduating from college in the year 2015 are leaving school with a record $35,051 in […]

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Want to retain today’s young workers for the long haul? Offer flexible work arrangements, such as telecommuting, compressed work weeks, casual dress or flexible hours. That’s the overwhelming conclusion of this recently-released report from the Society for Human Resource Management.  Key findings: 55 percent of all employees surveyed say their ability to balance work and life […]

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According to a report from Milliennial Branding and Beyond.com, The Cost of Millennial Retention, companies report that it costs them an average of $15,000 and $25,000 to replace every millennial employee they lose. Multiply that by your annual turnover rate times your headcount and it’s obvious – turnover is tearing businesses’ guts out by the […]

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We knew this day would come. Those kids are here in force – and they’re not. Getting. Off. Our. Lawn. Yes, yes. We know how you feel. Baby Boomers have been dominating the work force for two generations. So powerful was Post War Baby Boom amidst historic American prosperity in the 40s, 50s and into […]

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