Luxury Coach & Transportation

September 2016

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48 LIMOUSINE, CHARTER & TOUR SEPTEMBER 2016 WWW.LCTMAG.COM W here Craftsmanship Counts ™ a Cabot Coach Builders Company 120" Corporate - 99 Newark Street, Haverhill, MA 01832 • ph. 978.374.4530 or 800.544.5587 • fx. 978.521.5425 S aleS & ServiCe CenterS: Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Florida, California, Nevada • © 2014 Cabot Coach Builders, Inc. Why not learn more about the Royale MKT 120" limousines. Call us today, toll free and speak with a Product Specialist. 1.800.544.5587 email: ILCT SEMINAR SERIES: HR/RECRUITING activities build a team spirit and pro- mote working together on-the-job. These include golf outings, wine tours, hosted happy hours, and even things as silly as Halloween costume contests. They also have a Secret Santa program and other company sponsored events. It is important to share this informa- tion with prospective employees dur- ing the interview. Today, employees are evaluating the companies they apply to as much as the company checks them out. Just because you offer them a job doesn't mean they will take it if they don't believe it is a good fit. Millennials have no problem telling an employer or prospective employer to take this job and shove it. About Technology Millennials have always used computers. They grew up with Nintendo games and Sony PlayStations and seem to have a better grasp of technology than previous generations. They expect your company to be up to date on technology and ex- pect the best tools and equipment to do their work. They like to feel connected to the company, to each other, and to community makes Millennials want to belong to such a company. It isn't just about the money as much as fitting in and being happy. Creating A Culture Nyikos shared how Leros Point-To-Point works diligently to create a corporate culture that includes many varied op- portunities to participate. Off-the-job enjoying its spirit and attitude. Alexander shared photos of his team participating in community events such as cleaning the streets of litter together and softballs games representing RMA Worldwide. Of course, they have the traditional holiday parties as well to encourage camarade- rie. Offering to be part of a team that works and plays together and shares a sense of social responsibility towards its A 2016 International LCT Show panel session about attracting talented employees to a limou- sine operation included operators Jeff Nyikos, Robert Alexander, and Kyara Kahakauwila.

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