Millennials in the workforce: What are we looking for?

first_img 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In the coming years, Baby Boomers will be approaching retirement, inevitably leaving gaps in the workforce that will need to be filled. Lucky for business owners across the U.S., Millennials are here and ready to work. In fact, studies show Millennials have now become the majority in the U.S. workforce.As a Millennial who will be entering the workforce full-time in a year from now, there are certain things that I am looking for in a future employer, and after a number of lengthy conversations with my cohorts, many of my Millennial counterparts seem to agree.Recruiting Millennials can be challenging if you’re not aware of our general interests and goals. We have very different views on business and leadership, want more from the companies we choose to work for, and possess a different skill set than previous generations. To attract Millennials to your organization, you will have to adapt to satisfy these different attributes. continue reading »last_img read more

National Race of Champions

first_imgPalm Court supporting four racers on July 2LOCAL business Palm Court has come on board to support four racers in their quest for glory at the second National Race of Champions billed for Sunday at the South Dakota Circuit.The entity yesterday handed over sponsorship to two superbike racers, Raveiro Tucker and Kevin Persaud as well as two car racers street tuner competitor Sharima Khan and Group Four racer Mark Vieira.Events Manager Sasha Lewis contended that the company is involved in the development of athletes locally, whether it be football, cricket or even motor racing.“Why not go all out. There are young racers that want to excel, both Raveiro and Kevin. They want to excel, you know. They want to go higher so why not let Palm Court sponsor them and support them.”She noted that the young people are the future, adding, “On race day, I will be cheering for those under the Palm Court banner and I can ensure you that those riders and drivers will be giving 100 per cent.”“These guys have been practising, they have been going to the track a lot. I must commend Sharima. She is a very good racer. Kevin, he has been practising a lot and Raveiro, he is new to the team and im sure they are going to do their best,” Lewis said.Meanwhile, each of the racers contended that he was thankful for his sponsorship. They promised to do their best, come Sunday.Action gets going from 08:30hrs with 22 races carded for the day including bikes.The event is sponsored by Ansa McAl, Prem’s Electrical, B.M. Soat, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Ready Mix, Special Auto, Japarts, Ticket Master, Palm Court, KGM, MAC Batteries, S. Jagmohan Hardware Supplies and Construction, L Mahabir and Sons Cambio and Choke Gas Station.last_img read more