Who is Generation Y? (aka Millennials, Echo Boomers, iGen or The Internet Generation)

Where Business and Gen Y intersectGeneration Y are those born between 1981 and 1999, and they have become one of the most talked about generations ever. Gen Y’s tend to be technologically savvy, achievement-oriented, creative, and impressive multi-taskers / information integrators.

They can also be impatient, boundary-ignoring, stimulus junkies who sometimes have confidence that exceeds their current abilities. These characteristics present a dichotomy that makes Gen Y’s challenged in finding the “perfect” job and workplace, and often difficult to attract, retain and effectively manage in a work setting.

Onboarding Gen Y is where Business and Gen Y intersect

We provide advisory, consulting, coaching and training services for both Gen Y’s and the organizations that employ them. Our core philosophy is one of flexibility, building bridges, and balance. The Gen Y challenge is not caused more by one side than the other. Solutions won’t come and excellence won’t be achieved unless there’s a healthy and constructive give and take.

Through assessment, coaching, workshops and mentorships, we believe these talented new-to-market employees and their employers can bring out the best in each other.

Our Mission

Onboarding Gen Y prepares new-to-market Gen Y employees to successfully enter the workplace and helps guide organizations to effectively hire, welcome, retain and enable these employees to exceed expectations.
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Much has been written lately about Gen Y. We read about how they want to do "good" in the world; how they seem to be delaying adulthood, and how challenging it has been for companies to attract, retain and manage these employees. Sound familiar? Read more...

Career Launchers

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