Change will be rapid, constant and revolutionary. Generation Y members are bright, insightful, fascinating, challenging and inquisitive young adults who are ready to change the world. The question is, are we ready?
When it comes to teens and their social media habits, there's some great news and some not-so-great news. It can make your child a fast learner, but it is also associated with a host of psychological disorders.
Australian theatre director Bryce Ives came home from a wedding recently, and was amazed by how lonely he felt. "Oh my god, those people were so happy and I was so furious and angsty, there by myself at 2am eating toast and having a beer," he says.
Generation Y lives a connected life, and your digital presence is just as important to them as your brick-and-mortar building — maybe even more important. Make sure your website is informative and accessible and that it allows Gen Y clients to “visit” your business and their accounts online, anytime they feel like it. Promptly answer your emails from them.
The world of work is different than it was 20, 10, even five years ago—and not just because of the recession. Digital advances and expectations from a new generation of workers have shifted the way we produce and collaborate, transforming the workplace and with it, our lives.
Twenty-seven-year-old Beatrice Arthur is on the cusp of the digital divide. And she is not alone. Generation Y-ers -- those between the midteens and 34 years of age -- grew up with social networking, smartphones and laptops.
This infograph gives the buying habits of the luxury brands for generation Y in the United States. For the women Chanel is the most favorite and for men it is BMW. Half of the generation Y receives emails of one a prestigious brand.
it can take as little as two months of no feedback from the boss, being left out of decision making or having ideas ignored to drive Generation Y’ers to quit their jobs. When it comes to structuring performance reviews, it all starts with understanding what the key characteristics are for those who fall into the Generation Y category (those born roughly between 1980 and 1995).
One could easily turn to Google on a phone to find the answer to something. But is this a habit we are too accustomed to, and is it damaging our conve (Is mobile search killing our Generation Y conversations?