Modern Workforce series, which focuses on workforce diversity topics such as remote workers, global teams, generations, working moms and adoption of Web 2.0 technologies.
This week I want to highlight a few other authors that are contributing to this topic in their own blogs with some really great posts.
First up, Dan McCarthy wrote a hilarious post about the multiple generational workforce: 10 Things Boomer Managers Shouldn't Have to Give Up.
Next Jason Seiden has nailed why working moms make the best employees in his post Why You Should Hire Moms.
Dorothy Dalton contributes to the discussion with her thoughts on mid-career sabbaticals in her post Grown Up Gap Years.
Margaret O'Hanlon writes about embracing Web 2.0 technologies to improve collaboration in her post Turns Out Web 2.0 is No Fad - But Why Should Comp Care?
And last but not least, the HR Bartender writes about the strategic role of common courtesy in recruiting - more important than ever in this digital communication age - in her post How to Handle Rejection.
I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did!