Multigenerational Workplace: Creating Cohesiveness

From traditionalists to millennials, there is a wide variety of age groups coinciding in the workplace. These generations, which are roughly 50 years apart, share the same workplace and collaborate as team members to keep your company running. Because of the vast age differences, there may be challenges in how multigenerational workers coexist. How can you avoid challenges and manage a cohesive team of multigenerational workers?

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Retain Top Talent; Keep Your Employees Engaged!

The key to sustaining your company’s growth heavily relies on the engagement of your employees. In Gallup’s latest State of the American Workplace Report, only 33% of employees are engaged at work. Your company has successfully hired top talent candidates and in order to retain them you should aid in helping them feel appreciated, respected and worthwhile. What steps can you take to put an action plan into place to keep employees engaged and retain your top talent?

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Interviewing Candidates: Providing Feedback

Being able to provide a candidate with a concrete reason as to why they are not being invited for the next round of interviews, or, why they did not get the position is extremely important for a positive candidate experience. When weeks go by from an initial interview and the company does not get back to candidates with any answers or feedback, it is hard to keep the candidate engaged and feeling positive about your company. In a Talent Trends report conducted by LinkedIn, 83% of employees surveyed expressed that a negative interview experience could change their minds about a company they previously liked. What can you do to help keep a candidate confident and positive about their interview process?

 

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