We have a huge span of generations in the workplace. Baby Boomers to Zoomers (Gen Z) – those who prefer a business card to those who will only use a vCard. All should do better at trying to appreciate and value each other’s strengths rather than dissing their differences. We text too much and talk too little. We should be embracing the varied collective knowledge that can transform companies from good to great. Our workplaces replicate our lives and it’s the blend of new and old that help us find meaning and understanding.
2020’s theme has been in-this-together, that goes not just for the pandemic, but for raising awareness for many autoimmune diseases which can complicate a Covid19 diagnosis.
Many people have recently decided to revaluate their roles, their employers, and their company culture in the wake of the Covid outbreak. When you receive a counteroffer after deciding to make a move, what do you do? Are you simply settling for what’s comfortable, versus pushing yourself to the next level?
LLoyd Leadership Search, the executive search practice of LLoyd Staffing, a 49 year-old Long Island-headquartered recruitment firm has placed Michael Gelman as the new President and COO of CareConnect.
This year LLoyd named three “Associates of the Year – 2019” based on work ethic, performance and client feedback. We want to thank all of our Associates for their commitment to being #LLoydEmployed.