Filling baby boomers' shoes

12/18/2008 | Talent Management

Now that baby boomers are beginning to retire in droves, talent managers are under pressure to train younger workers and recruit college students into internship programs before their competitors do. This article by Alexandra Levit, an expert on young workers, offers tips on recruiting the new generation of workers including: Show them how the company can help them make a difference, use the online tools in which this generation is immersed and help them connect with employees their own age.

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