By Todd Defren
Two people quit my company this month. That's OK; it happens. Before these unfortunate events, I liked these employees a lot. Afterward, I only liked one of 'em.
The woman who quit "the right way" will discover that she lost a boss but found a long-term champion of her success. The other... Read More »
Fifty-four percent of college graduates under 25 are unemployed or doing a job that doesn't require a college degree: waiter, retail clerk, receptionist, and so on. That is according to an analysis of government data conducted for The Associated Press.
People can debate what's causing that horrific statistic --... Read More »
Escrow, stock options and the status update.
Indeed, as the Facebook generation establishes itself in the American labor market, it appears that its members are bringing their digital sensibilities to bear. Cisco Systems has just released its second annual "Connected World Technology Report." And the study... Read More »
Heath care and high tech. High tech and health care. If you or someone you know is looking for a job, that's probably all you hear about. There are thousands of job openings at Google, Microsoft, Groupon and your local health care services facility, but what about those of us who are not specially trained in... Read More »
Generation Y (people born between 1981 and 2000) is the first generation to grow up with email, texting, YouTube, and reality TV. As babies they rode in securely fastened car seats with bumper stickers in the back that read "baby on board" and participated in team sports where there were no losers. This... Read More »