Careerstone Group Insights

Five Tips to Stay Competitive in a Young Market

I hate the term “seasoned worker.” It makes me feel old rather than experienced. But that’s what we call people 50 and older who have 20+ years’ experience in the working world. Seasoned workers don’t get as much respect as they used to, despite the fact that they comprise…  Read More

In Defense and Praise of Gen Y

Gen Y, also known as the Millennials, is a group with birth dates roughly from 1980 to 2000. Gen Y workers are often labeled with unflattering terms.  As a consultant for organizational development, one of my specialties is generational diversity. I work with many different cohorts to help…  Read More

Essential Skills for Modern Living: More Google, Less Knitting - But You Still Need to Know Where th

Put down those knitting needles. Stop darning. Reading a paper map? Forget about it. Those are just three of the skills you no longer need to survive or thrive in the twenty-first century. That’s according to the Daily Mail in Great Britain, which conducted a poll to determine what are—and…  Read More