I maintain this blog because I passionately believe in something that isn’t obvious to everyone:

Employees with 0 – 5 years of experience can have more value than anyone in the organization

Of course this isn’t true immediately.  But if you place the right person in the right environment, and give him strong, relevant training and mentoring, a junior employees can be worth well more than the cost of his entry-level salary and benefits.

I have spent many years recruiting, training, and working with young employees, and over time have developed a few thoughts and opinions of my own.  I’m hoping not only to disseminate them through this blog, but to collect a few new ideas as well.  I intend to focus on three areas:

  1. Getting the job you want
  2. Delivering value from Day One
  3. Choosing and planning the path for after year 5

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Charlie Anderson

As National Director and co-founder of Genesis10’s acclaimed G10 Associates Program (f/k/a the Career Acceleration Program), Charlie uses his industry expertise, training and leadership development background to introduce top recent graduates to management consulting and project delivery.  After twelve years of consulting that began as a Business Analyst in the Big 5 and brought him to Genesis10 as a Program Manager, Charlie now spends much of his time working with the Millennial generation as a trainer, guest lecturer, blogger and mentor.  He dedicates the remainder of his time to building innovative workforce development solutions for Genesis10’s clients who need top junior talent and a pipeline of tomorrow’s leaders.

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  1. I like your blog, but I especially like your CAP guy favicon 🙂 Keep up the good work!

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