Bridging the Gap in Multigenerational Workforces

Di Chapman and Tiffany Adair take a stab at making progress. “Bridging the gap” between generations who work together within a company is now imperative. Why? We’re living with a new concept: three distinctly different generations all bumping into each other in the hallowed halls of businesses. If your company is like most, perhaps you’re […]

A Favorable Workplace: Crucial to Employee Satisfaction

When asking a friend about their week, “work” is an inevitable topic.  Hopefully, you and your friend have a positive workplace environment.  In fact, a favorable workplace environment is the most crucial factor in employee satisfaction as well as impactful to one’s future successes. If you’re currently working within an environment that doesn’t provide you […]

Young Adults’ Strength in the Workplace

College and university graduations are quickly approaching. Once again, the job market will be flooded with young professionals – eager and ready to put all they have learned to use in the real world. As the work force evolves, baby boomers are taking retirement options and younger generations are moving up the proverbial career ladder. […]

Our Checkbooks and Their Student Loans

Four Perspectives on the New “Parent Trap.” Ladies and gentlemen, our adult children need jobs. Badly. I’ve blogged before about the 30% of them who’ve come home to “mom and dad’s” after graduating from college, many of whom are unable to find jobs, or take jobs that under-employ them. Either way, it puts grads in […]