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.
One of LLoyd’s long time employees, Frank Cardillo – friend & valued colleague to all, is retiring after 33.5 years of service.
In these 50 years, there are so many that helped to build on the Lloyd mission… too many to thank, but Thank You anyway.
The ability to not get offended or upset by the letdown is what makes a great recruiter. We must navigate our days with a positive outlook and maintain that demeanor by thickening or toughening our skin to have long term success in this field.
A Recent Survey Found the Majority of Workers Never Want to go Back to the Old Way of Working – Is Your Organization Ready?