It’s not you… except when it is: A guide to getting promoted

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Until recently, the dominant workplace narrative about Millennials was that they were opportunistic job-hoppers. But a new report from Deloitte tells a different story: Rather than plan to leave their current companies within the next 24 months, as they had in recent years, Millennials increasingly see themselves staying with their employers for five years or longer.

The trend toward workplace longevity benefits both employers and Millennials. But commitment doesn’t guarantee upward mobility, as people often find that promotions don’t always come when they’re ready for themAgeism is sometimes responsible for this lag. Executives at traditional organizations tend to equate years of service with aptitude. They assume that older employees possess stronger skills and deeper knowledge and, consequently, typecast Millennials as too green. Read more…

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Author: Droolin' Dog News Team