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Generation Z – The Next-Gen Workforce (Pt. II)

Part Two:  Tips for Hiring and Engaging Gen Z Workers   In last month’s blog, Generation Y and Z.  What’s Different? we explored some generalized contrasts between Gen Y workers and the rising Post-Millennials, or Gen Z. [Click Chart] Most of today’s managers are Boomers and Gen Xers, responsible for hiring, retaining, and most importantly,  positioning the organization for future growth …

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Generation Z – The Next-Gen Workforce (PT. I)

Part One:  Generation Y and Z.  What’s Different? Just as you were getting the hang of managing Millennials (Gen Y), now you are faced with the complexities of hiring and training the new Gen Z!  Partnership Employment is here to help with a two-part series that will help you: identify some of the key differences between Gen Y and Gen …

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A Digital Cleanup Can Increase Your Chances of Getting Hired

  Arguably, the most fascinating Washington hearings lately have been the Mark Zuckerberg grillings by Congress.  They revealed key takeaways for social media platforms and ISPs regarding privacy protections, but more valuable on a personal level were the reminders that once you are online, you are EVERYWHERE!  There may be consequences for what we post every day and particularly for …

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EMAC could mean Monstrous fines for your business!

If you are a Massachusetts small business with at least six, full or part-time employees whose non-disabled employees are on a state subsidized healthcare plan like the ConnectorCare program OR MassHealth, then get ready for your first quarterly fine due by April 30, 2018! Bill H.3822 passes on August 1, 2017 Massachusetts is not alone in trying to plan for …

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Three Steps to Becoming a Leader Even if You Aren’t in Charge

Everyone wants to oversee something, even if it is only controlling their own environment.  In the workplace, being in charge signifies that you’ve “arrived.”  That your efforts have been noted and found worthy of advancement.  Therefore, it is frustrating when you get passed over every time an opportunity to supervise presents itself.  If this happens to you, there is really …