Articles Tagged - millennials

Strengthening Millennials' Financial Literacy: On the Road to Financial Success

By Wiss, Posted in Financial Planning

By Connor Doyle So, you’ve crash landed in the middle of a city. There’s a funky road going somewhere and a lot of people you don’t know around you are singing and dancing. You’re confused. Last you remember you were safe at home, warm in your bed with your family surrounding you. What happened? College happened – a tornado. Winds whipped around you, you meet some odd characters, got turned in every direction, and have trouble remembering some of the finer details. But now you... read more.

How to Find and Develop Top-Performing Millennial Employees

By Wiss, Posted in Getting Hired 101

By Paul Peterson Attracting innovative, young hires is very essential to Wiss. These workers maintain the vibrant, creative culture we strive to preserve, which is why we often search for young professionals in their 20’s that exhibit these dynamic characteristics. Through numerous interactions with many millennials, there are several tendencies that are found within business youths of today, such as open-mindedness and the ability to harvest valuable relationships. Here are four strategies that can... read more.

In Pursuit of Top Talent in the Digital Era

By Wiss, Posted in Human Resources

By Lisa Calick Remember what recruiting talent was like during the Great Recession? In 2008 and 2009, hiring topnotch professionals involved little more than spreading the word among your staff and waiting for choice candidates to roll in. Fast-forward several years, and recruiting young, bright employees is markedly more difficult. The job market has rebounded over the last five years, recruitment tools have evolved and younger job candidates are using new media to access job information. As an HR specia... read more.

How to Assimilate Millennial Employees into your Workplace Culture

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Wiss Associate  This year, the 34-and-under generation will surpass baby boomers as the largest slice of the U.S. population — and they are a steadily growing segment of the business startup class. As their influence expands in entrepreneurial America, it becomes important to understand how they differ from the boomers and Generation X workers who preceded them.  Studies have shown that millennials want to think of their work lives as furthering a purpose, not just bringing home a paych... read more.