Category Archive: Millennial Views on Work

Nov 17

How To Build Loyalty With Millennial Employees

How To Build Loyalty With Millennial Employees Guest Authorby Jessica Thiefels | Posted November 16th, 2016 | Performance Management It seems each new generation that enters the workforce brings its own challenges, shaped by the unique circumstances of their upbringing. “Millennials,” loosely defined as the generation born between the late 1980’s and early 2000’s, are …

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Nov 10

Moving to Move Up: Most Millennials Will Relocate for a Job

Moving to Move Up: Most Millennials Will Relocate for a Job By Chad Brooks, Business News Daily Senior WriterNovember 9, 2016 08:46 am EST Credit: Bikeriderlondon/Shutterstock Many millennials aren’t just willing to hop from job to job to advance their careers; they’re also prepared to move from city to city to get a leg up, …

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Nov 10

Millennials Much More Willing to Job Hop Compared to Past Generations – InsideSources

Millennials Much More Willing to Job Hop Compared to Past Generations Posted to Finance November 08, 2016 by Connor D. Wolf The majority of millennials, at 60 percent, are open to jumping to a new job if the opportunity arises, according to a poll out Tuesday. Millennials view their work lives in vastly different ways …

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Apr 14

Millennials really are the best at hopping from job to job — Quartz

New data from LinkedIn confirms what we’ve suspected all along: Millennials are really fickle when it comes to employment. Analyzing 3 million US profiles, LinkedIn found that workers who graduated between 2006 and 2010 have switched jobs 2.85 times on average in the first five years they’ve been out of school. In contrast, the Gen …

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Apr 04

5 Office Policies Causing Friction for Millennials

Millennials have been caricatured in the modern office as impatient, entitled, tech-centric upstarts who demand constant attention and positive reinforcement. Sure, there are some in any office that could fit all, or many of these stereotypes; but it’s hard to paint everyone between the age of 12 and 34 with the same brush. With more …

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Mar 30

At West Point, millennial cadets say rigid military career tracks are outdated

WEST POINT, N.Y. — When Megan McNulty, a 22-year-old cadet at the United States Military Academy here, graduates this spring, she won’t be heading off to a conventional unit at an Army installation. Instead, she’ll start her Army career spending a year in Dublin, Ireland, studying international development at University College. She’s among a small minority of West Point students who …

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Mar 26

Millennials and Gen Z in the Workplace

They are determined, tech savvy, a little self-absorbed and none of them are older than 25. Millennial and Gen Z  students, age 18-24, used Adecco Staffing USA’s Way to Work study to tell us how they see the world of work. What did we learn about Generation Now? Millennials and Gen Z are hopeful. 50% of respondents feel ‘determined’ …

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Mar 25

Bridget Jones is not a millennial: The war over “millennials in the workplace” stories hits peak absurdity –

The only topic more controversial this week than the virtues of “Batman v Superman” is the continuing debate over Millennials and think pieces. The backlash against trend stories about people born between 1980 and 2000 goes back at least a few years: A lot of young people are tired of hearing all 80 million of …

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Mar 24

Are Millennials Changing the Culture of Work?

What the boss says, goes. Don’t put anything online that you wouldn’t print out and hang over your desk. Don’t expect a free lunch, or a fast promotion, and always remember: your mama doesn’t work here. Those are the old rules of corporate culture, and most of us – especially if we were born before …

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Mar 22

A Good Place for a Wall-Street-Occupying Millennial? How About Wall Street!

Your organization wants to lure Millennials—those socially liberal, tree-hugging, peace-loving folks, the ones who distrust big government and the big institutions it funds, are skeptical of organizational hierarchy and demand flexible work schedules. So what better place for a Millennial than the Army, right? What? That’s right. People ages 15 to 29 ranked the U.S. …

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