New Grads: Negotiating Your First Job Offer

New Grads: Negotiating Your First Job Offer

by Roxanna Coldiron Congratulations! You’ve graduated from college with several job offers in hand. Having your degree and now a job in your field happens to be one of the greatest feelings in the world. But you don’t have to accept the first job offer that comes your way. Most recent graduates aren’t aware that they can negotiate their job offers with employers. According to Payscale, employers expect you to negotiate. You might not always able to ask for a higher salary when you’re first starting out in your career, but you do…Continue Reading
Dispelling Common Myths About Millennials In The Workforce

Dispelling Common Myths About Millennials In The Workforce

Millennials will be overtaking the world soon. Confusion abounds as to who qualifies as a Millennial, but the designation generally falls on those born toward the later half of the 1980s to near the end of the 1990s. Today’s Millennials cover a wide range of ages, including those just graduating from college all the way up to those facing middle age. Millennials are already surpassing other generations in the workforce, so it’s time to dispel those myths about this generation who has seen technology advance at a rapid rate. When developing your benefits…Continue Reading
Millennials: Who Needs Them? Chances Are, You Do

Millennials: Who Needs Them? Chances Are, You Do

by Roxanna Coldiron When Millennials first entered the workforce, many employers dismissed them as unqualified and refused to hire them. Companies didn’t want to have to train new workers who had little to no experience in the field, and they certainly didn’t want to deal with the “Millennial attitude” and all it entailed. But this belief can now be a huge hindrance in growing your company. Keep in mind that the oldest Millennials have reached their mid-30s and have more than enough work experience, while younger Millennials can bring adaptability and their lifelong…Continue Reading