The basic ideology of leadership is how well you are able to connect with people, irrespective of your educational background. Some traits like listen and follow up, taking actions on little things, being genuine and accessible helps make good leader.
Each generation develops its own identity as they move through society, much of this is known as cause and effect relationship. Generations include the greatest generation, the baby boomers, Generation X, and the millennials.
Millenials are those born between 1980 and 2000 and are the product of the career-driven Baby Boomer and GenXers. Boomers are the generation that started "wanting it all" and GenXers are the ones who realized it was impossible without the change.
This generation is growing up in the world of Internet and Google, where facebook is as much of a staple as Nickelodeon show. Generation Z is born between 1990s and 2000s and consists of almost 25 percent of the US population.
Calculating the average time spent on work and sleep, we are left with 25% of a year's time for fun and relaxation. Having a happy, less-stressed employees can be a huge benefit to employers resulting in fewer sick days and high employee retention.
Little knowledge on the bill regarding the wellness program which enables employees to enroll and submit genetic testing. According to this, if the employee does not comply then the employer will have to pay up to 50% more for their insurance.
Red flags remain one of the biggest concern for any employer and they figure out these traits even before taking the interview. It includes frequent relocation, career gaps, lack of qualification, poor grammar/spelling, too long or incoherent resume.