Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shivvy, Jun 27, 2016.
Jesus, is your boss retarded?
Seems like a common theme these days: adapt to the incomers, because they won't be adapting to you.
They adapt if you yell at them enough
Shut the fuck up
same boss that liked your smileys?
Was the inside just a maxi-pad?
My wife has a project that she is required to meet with the millennials and set their expectations.
She's not retarded, and don't call shitty Jesus.
Calm down, you're clearly very upset.
Lemme guess. It says a bunch of shit like be respectful, don't be demeaning, we can't treat these brats like the suckers before them who actually accepted being treated like shit. Your boss sounds hot, now get back to not fucking that drunk you call a wife.
Does this mean be tolerant of their cell phone use/texting/Facebooking while they're supposed to be working?
Here's a pic of @shitty 's boss for reference!
shitty has the best thread ideas
If you don't feel like reading:
No he didn't
"It’s more than just the way millennials use technology that makes today’s youth different
– they behave differently too. Their behaviour is coloured by their experience of the global
economic crisis and this generation place much more emphasis on their personal needs
than on those of the organisation. And employers should be wary – nearly three-quarters of
millenials in our survey said they had compromised to get into work – something we believe
will be set right as soon as economic conditions improve.
Millennials tend to be uncomfortable with rigid corporate structures and turned off by
information silos. They expect rapid progression, a varied and interesting career and
constant feedback. In other words, millennials want a management style and corporate
culture that is markedly different from anything that has gone before – one that meets
The particular characteristics of millennials – such as their ambition and desire to keep
learning and move quickly upwards through an organisation, as well as their willingness to
move on quickly if their expectations are not being met – requires a focused response from
employers. Millennials want a flexible approach to work, but very regular feedback and
encouragement. They want to feel their work is worthwhile and that their efforts are being
recognized. And they value similar things in an employer brand as they do in a consumer
brand. These are all characteristics that employers can actively address.
The companies that have already been the most successful in attracting talented millennials
– Google and Apple among them – are naturally innovative employers who are never
restrained by ‘how things used to be done’. These companies are not specifically targeting
millennials, but their culture, management style and approach to recruitment and retention
naturally appeal to the millennial generation. And because of that, they are able to take
their pick of the best younger talent around.
Irrespective of the long-term aims and ambitions of an individual company, the ability to
attract and retain millennial talent will be a vital step to achieving it."
I worked with some younger people in a prior position. They're all self centered mama's boys/girls. And their sense of humor totes sucked, yo. Saw an email once that said 'totes perf' and that was it. Their lingo is dumb.