When Jon Bartos, a Mason executive recruiter, hired a promising 21-year-old, he knew it was a risky move. Although the youngest members of the workforce possess energy and drive, they also present some very real challenges for any manager.

 

Bartos, 42, makes a nice living helping businesses across the country build strong hiring cultures. As CEO of Jonathan Scott International, he has seen firsthand the great things these young, creative and technologically savvy workers can contribute to the right team. But he has also seen how quickly they can grow bored, balk at long workdays, and walk out the door without any notice"”or regrets.

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