There have been plenty of articles and blog posts declaring that the future of the workforce rests squarely upon the shoulders of millennials (those individuals aged 20-34) and Generation Z (those born after 1996).
Technology runs our daily lives and, in its best formulations, has made life more convenient (and more interesting). We can now deposit a check from our sofa, find precise directions to out-of-the way restaurants, order anything-under-the-sun to be delivered with record speed to our doorsteps. Plus, the information! Have you ever found yourself researching 18th century Norwegian furniture at 3 AM? Asking for a friend.
In today’s workplace, company culture is a big factor – not only in attracting great talent, but also in retaining it. This is no different in a brokerage where culture can be a big asset in attracting and retaining top producers. Even more important, however, is the recognition that company culture can be used to develop top producers.