Category Archive: Millennial Recruiting

Nov 16

How mission statements can improve millennial happiness | Employee Benefit News

How mission statements can improve millennial happiness By Amanda Eisenberg Published November 14 2016, 6:21pm EST The reevaluation of a company’s mission statement could be a stepping stone to a happier and more inspired workforce. And it won’t cost management a dime. Employees are working more than 40 hours a week due to an increased …

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Apr 14

Student Loan Aid Helps Employers Attract Millennials

Rent subsidies, too, entice—and help—younger workers with debt By Steve Bates  4/12/2016 With a student loan payment of $351 per month and a 5-year-old son, Elaine Florentino was thrilled to land her first full-time job in 2015 at PwC, an audit, accounting and tax services firm based in Boston. She was also thrilled to learn …

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Apr 14

More millennials look to apprenticeships, avoiding college – Red Alert Politics

(Corey Perrine/Naples Daily News via AP) Despite the benefits of college for graduates, only 34 percent of 25- to 29-year-old Americans have a bachelor’s degree or more. To get a better understanding of the millennial workforce, the public gaze needs to extend beyond college students. Some millennials, holding no desire to attend college, choose apprenticeships …

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Apr 09

How To Hire A Millennial – Forbes

General Electric isn’t moving to Boston’s waterfront for the views, however breathtaking they may be. In the increasingly fierce battle for millennial talent, GE’s decision to uproot its long-time headquarters from suburban Connecticut is nothing less than a capitulation to an emerging business reality. For GE, leafy Stamford was simply too hard a sell to …

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Apr 09

Millennials are in the driver’s seat as companies ramp up hiring – MarketWatch

Young people are finally returning to the workplace, the March employment reportshowed. That means companies will have to make a bigger effort in recruiting. As the job market tightens, how are firms going to get the best recruits? The surge of young people into the labor market is a welcome change. In March, those between …

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Apr 09

Millennials Would Take a $7,600 Pay Cut For ‘Quality of Work Life’ – Fortune

On average Nearly half of everyone’s favorite age-group to talk about—that would be millennials—are open to changing jobs in the next two years, even if they are happy at work. When the time does come to make a new career move, “quality of work life” matters to those in the 25 to 35 age bracket. …

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Apr 07

Want to Recruit Millennials? Consider a Corporate Philanthropy Strategy

From Zappos’ nap room to Google’s on-site medical staff, companies are investing more and more money into extreme perks for their employees. For good reason, too. Compensation and benefits are the top two pieces of information job seekers take into account during their search. However, research on Millennials, who make up half of the workforce, …

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Apr 07

Hiring Millennials? My Insider Tips on What Works

Like all hiring managers, I want to get the best talent on board. What excites me is getting a highly diverse team across geographies, cultures, and generations. With a dramatic shift in the global workforce shaping up over the next five to ten years, millennials are highly sought after and already a competitive demographic in …

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Apr 03

​The Secret to Attracting and Retaining Millennials

  Image Source: Barrel   Much is written about the unique qualities that millennials bring to the workforce. Older generations appear to be baffled. Previous generations believe millennials have expectations and demands of their employer that are not in line with hard-driving ambition. To me this is so wrong and a very misaligned perception. I …

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Apr 03

The ‘M’ Word: Why I Don’t Hire Millennials | Agency News: Viewpoint – AdAge

As chief talent officer of a global digital agency, I don’t hire millennials. I mean, they’ve been blamed for everything from the future death of cereal to retail stores being open on Thanksgiving.Newscycles and pop culture have lambasted them again and again for being the most self-entitled and problematic generation to ever enter the workforce. …

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