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About the Millennial Generation Split

No other generation has been more dissected than the millennials, it seems. The millennial generation, of which I’m a part, is stereotypically into social media and all things digital, and according to everyone else, we’re obsessed with ourselves. By Patrick O’Connor, Benefits Consultant, Corporate Synergies.

Article by: Patrick O’Connor | Published: 7 September 2017

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How to maximise millennials and unite a multi-generational workforce

As more baby boomers work past retirement age and tech-savvy millennials enter the workforce, the variety of values, communication styles and work habits amongst employees is vast. This can quickly become a barrier to trust and respect - both vital amongst colleagues for positive workplace cultures and organisational productivity.

Article by: Richard Bridge | Published: 23 May 2017

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Leading the millennial generation

The office is packed out with millennials, whilst many more work remotely from home; constantly connected and supremely social-savvy this generation is full of thoughts and ideas for the brand they work for, and they expect a leader who is not only receptive to this but encouraging. From Paul Russell, director, Luxury Academy London.

Article by: Paul Russell | Published: 28 February 2017

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My Generation

What makes Gen Y tick has been well analysed, such as the study[1] conducted by us in 2015 revealed a ... View Article

Article by: Nick Goldberg | Published: 29 November 2016

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Gig economy needs digital HR

The relentless rise of the Millennial Generation is ushering in a revolution in HR practices as ambitious young talent chooses ... View Article

Article by: Tim Rushent | Published: 21 November 2016

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Gen Z in the workplace

The current rate of workforce change is unprecedented. Each new generation of working professionals is emerging more rapidly than the one before, with increasingly advanced expectations of their employers.

Article by: | Published: 8 August 2016

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The youth of today and tomorrow

This year, Leicester City FC made history by winning the Premier League with odds of 5000 to 1. This came as a shock to many, but some will remember a similar situation back in 1995 when underdogs, Blackburn Rovers, became Premier League champions.

Article by: | Published: 27 July 2016