Aging Workforce: How To Attract New Talent as Baby Boomers Retire

Aging Workforce: How To Attract New Talent as Baby Boomers Retire

By Roxanna Coldiron Until the Millennials arrived on the scene, the Baby Boomer generation had been the largest living generation in the United States. Millennials, many of whom are in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties, have since surpassed the aging Baby Boomers and are gaining in the workforce as the older generation retires. According to Pew Research, the United States had an estimated 79.8 million Millennials compared with the estimated 74.1 million Baby Boomers in 2016. Immigration also contributes to the continued growth of Millennials as younger people come to the United States for…Continue Reading
The Importance of Succession Planning

The Importance of Succession Planning

By Roxanna Coldiron Imagine what would happen if top executives retired, quit or otherwise left your organization today. Would you have any employees who could fill in the gap? Succession planning provides a solution for companies to fill future roles within the organization. Whether your organization wants to identify the leaders in your company or cross-train employees for various positions, a succession plan is a must for companies that want continued growth during leadership changes and top executive departures. How to develop a succession plan Understand your organization’s long-term goals. Which direction does…Continue Reading
Workplace Culture Index: Why Company Culture Matters and How To Create One

Workplace Culture Index: Why Company Culture Matters and How To Create One

By Roxanna Coldiron Let’s imagine two companies: Company A and Company B. Company A suffers from high levels of turnover, a lack of employee loyalty, and increased costs in both production and human resources. Everyone on the team is new and has no idea what to do. The productivity of the company begins to take major hits. Company B does not have this problem. Instead, Company B’s employees enjoy coming into work and believe in the company’s mission and goals. Company B always has enough employees to meet demand for their products and…Continue Reading