Greedy, wasteful, self-absorbed, and that’s just how millennials describe themselves. Those born between 1980 and 2000 have taken a lot of flak in recent years, and it seems the negativity has been internalised. In reality though, millennial workers have a lot to offer.
Forget the gurus, the new management theories and the latest fads – getting a winning performance from your staff isn’t actually that complicated. It just needs a bit of hard work and a clear plan in three areas.
The digital nature of the UK’s economy now means that companies need to upskill current workers, but critically for long-term prosperity and on-going market relevancy, they need to be hiring an appropriately skilled new generation too.
Chris Burke, CEO of Brickendon, explains why the financial services sector should be working hard to retain female talent.
High employee turnover hurts a company’s bottom line and can damage morale among remaining staff. With it arguably being one of the most intense challenges, we canvassed the business landscape for advice on how to stop the churn.
When was the last time you watched stand-up comedy? Did you laugh? Shout? Smile? If you’ve ever been under the spell of a talented stand-up comedian, then you know the gifts these individuals have for captivating an audience.
Many global brands constantly fight against counterfeiting and have endured damages caused by people both purchasing and selling fake goods online. As such MarkMonitor's Simon Whitehouse advises bosses on how to protect their brands and reputations online.