Maintaining Millennial Talent in the Workplace

  Written by, Brittany Sutton In 2016, Millennials became the largest generation in the United States workforce, that being said, understanding what appeals to Millennials in a job is crucial. Millennials were born roughly between 1981 and 1996 and are currently 23 to 38 years old. When trying to evaluate an employee in this age… Read More »

Improving your Recruiting Strategy

  Written by, Clare Diedrich Recruiting strategies change constantly. As a business, it’s imperative to keep up with the talent market or you will be left with no talent at all. According to Talentlyft research, the current job market is 90% candidate driven. That means you don’t pick talent anymore, talent picks you! Below, I… Read More »

Keeping a Positive Attitude

  Written by, Yasmeen Summa If you are interested in taking your career to the next level, it’s important to know exactly what employers are looking for when hiring. Yes, you may have the relevant skills necessary to get the job done, but there’s more to it than just having the experience. Employers also look… Read More »

Adapting with the Market

  Written by, Taylor Yops In the last six months, the US has seen the lowest national unemployment rates in nearly 50 years; the result of an increased demand, and a shrinking supply, of qualified applicants. While strong hiring has various positive economic impacts, this low level of unemployment has made filling open positions with… Read More »

Mid-Winter Blues

  Written by, Sarah King It’s winter in Michigan and let’s face it, for most of us, this time of year is the worst!  The fun from the holiday parties is gone, your kids are on their twelfth snow day from school and you genuinely have no recollection of how long your drive to work… Read More »

Hiring the Ritz-Carlton Way: For Heart

Written by, Allie Blair I had the honor of spending the past three days at The Ritz Carlton with some amazing co-workers. During our stay, my co-workers and I had the chance to meet with the General Manager, Greg. We asked Greg what the most important quality is that he looks for in every potential… Read More »

Where Are YOU Going?

    Written by Alexia Pierce Have you ever ordered a meal and when you received it, it looked nothing like what was pictured? Did you immediately want to send it back to the kitchen and ask for a new meal? Did it look as though the cook just thrown some ingredients together and rushed… Read More »

The Value of Communication

        Written by, Dave Giles Communication plays an important role in all aspects of life and business.  It can help inform, guide and inspire.  So why do people shy away from it?  Are we afraid of tough conversations?  Do we think what needs to be communicated may not be that significant?  Regardless… Read More »

Setting S.M.A.R.T Goals in 2019

  Written by, Tracy Budabin Goal Setting: When to do it. Why to do it. And is it really that big of a deal?   Each year starts with people talking about what they want to accomplish in the new year; by March, most have given up on their goals.  Then they spend a lot… Read More »

Personal Development and How to Grow Fast or Die Slow

  Written by, Melissa Telecky   Be All In, Be Excellent, Be Authentic, Be Fun, Win, and Grow Fast… 6 core values that encompass the IMPACT culture.  It’s what makes us who we are as a whole and influences our everyday decisions and actions. However, if you were to ask an IMPACT team member which Core… Read More »