Job: Environmental Data Analyst
"Can 'entitled' millenials help business level up?": Today I found this article by Vivek Kawley in the Globe and Mail:
Those conversations take place before the interview stage so that candidates already know a great deal about the company, the position, the technology and where they could see themselves in the future.
accomplishments that align with their individual expectations. While this recent shift in expectations does present real challenges for more established companies, those who are able to channel the eagerness and ambition of this new generation will be better for it.
New grads complement the efforts of the experienced hires, which are crucial to an established company’s success. Their fresh perspective and enthusiasm can have a catalytic effect on the team as a whole. However, they need to be integrated carefully to ensure the change is a welcome one.
Programs can range from nanocourses completed during a single bus ride to more comprehensive training programs that lead to new certifications. And the learning experiences aren’t purely academic.
New assignments and responsibilities give employees the opportunity to glean new skills and expand their expertise. It also provides them with a more holistic understanding of the business – an essential prerequisite for our future leaders.