The Millennial Workforce Development Community

As Millennials, Gen-Xers and baby boomers converge in the increasingly diverse U.S. workforce, business managers are continually challenged to both lead their employees to achieve strategic objectives and provide a professional environment that satisfies those employees’ myriad personal goals. A growing body of research shows that the answer may be greater diversity in leadership, combined with a more collaborative approach marked by reciprocity. Across the board, leaders who embrace change and challenges within the workforce, rather than fear them, will often be first to new markets and new opportunities. As more industries expand beyond national borders, what strategies should executives pursue to keep their global workforces cohesive and motivated?

It’s what all trade organizations and Institutions are talking about when implementing transparency connecting students with employers for jobs in the 21st Century! to practice in preparation for a successful retention & succession planning program. When we do, society will contribute, collaborate and work together to close the gap between education & industry jobs. When we do, we will close the gap of just 26% of graduates finding employment in their field of practice after graduation. See more at: