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Bentley's PreparedU Project findings are highlighted for uncovering how millennials view the traditional work day.
Millennials are changing the nature of leadership. Is your company ready?
President Gloria Larson discusses why millennials are great hires because they are driven by doing well, but also by doing good.
Increasingly, education is no longer a one-way street — teachers and students both have a lot they can learn from one another.
A Bentley graduate student discusses the benefits of attending venues like “Start It Up” for networking opportunities.
Forget the resume: millennials are turning to social media to land new jobs.
Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, broadcast the fourth segment of its ongoing series “Millennials in the Workplace” on Bloomberg’s “Taking Stock” program on Friday, February 20.
Research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project is highlighted in this piece stating that 77% of millennials say that flexible hours would make the workplace more productive.
Is job hopping a resume killer? Not anymore, according to a number of media outlets.