Management

Last year, millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. As a result, more and more millennials are being pushed into managerial positions without fully knowing how to manage co-workers their own age.

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Managing an office and keeping employees happy is no small task. The truth is, sometimes no matter what you do it’s nearly impossible to make everyone happy at the same time. The key to minimizing employee turnover rate is to make people feel acknowledged and appreciated. As mentioned on Deputy’s blog, being an effective manager is all about communication. Related: 5 Ways To Attract (And Keep!) The Best Employees If employees feel like their company invests in them, they will invest in the company. As a manager, there are some tips and tricks for making a work environment more successful and welcoming. It’s the manager’s job to make employees feel like their jobs have meaning. People want to feel like they are doing more than just working for a paycheck. Here are some modern tips for keeping your employees happy.

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Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt like you’ve sabotaged your chances at landing that dream job. Related: 5 Hiring Process Myths You Need To Know Go ahead. Don’t be shy; we all get a little too eager at times. As a job seeker, the goal is to constantly be aware of your actions and how they can potentially be interpreted by a recruiter or hiring manager.

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