Odds are that a few of your coworkers are millennials. In 2015, this group born between 1982 and 2002 became the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, surpassing generation X.
Who exactly are the individuals that make up the millennial population? What truly motivates them and are the negative statements about this group true or false?
In this episode of Side Affects, Scott McGohan and Anne Marie Singleton welcome millennial Matt McNeil to share insight on this very question.
A University of Dayton graduate, Matt McNeil worked as a Financial Analyst for McGohan Brabender. He believes millennials are misunderstood and seeks to be part of a company where they have a positive impact on the world.
Scott and Anne Marie look at how social media and wearable technology are impacting Human Resources. The playing field is crowded, so how do you choose the ones that will have the greatest impact? The way we communicate is evolving; don’t be left behind.
Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers in the workforce. Scott and Anne Marie talk with Melissa Carr and Michael Allen of Generation Dayton, an organization for young professionals, on how employers can connect to and develop our future leaders.