Tag Archive: Managing Millennials

Aug 30

4 Simple Ways To Engage Your Millennial Employees

Unless you’re allergic to business buzzwords, you are probably aware of the employee engagement dilemma facing companies worldwide. Likewise, many organizations are adjusting to the needs and desires of the next generation of employees known as millennials. Just in case, here are some eye-opening facts and statistics: – Engaged employees are 87% less likely to quit …

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Aug 30

Online Learning Will Save The Millennial Workforce

Saving The Millennial Workforce With eLearning Millennials are the new majority: Both in the overall population, and in America’s labor force. Despite having the numbers on their side, they are still struggling for influence and power at work. Much is made of how Millennials are changing the workplace with their set of unique expectations and demands: …

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Aug 29

What Millennial Job Candidates Want From Tech Startups

In the technology driven world, employees that are comfortable and efficient with technology are ideal candidates for hiring. Millennials, the generation that grew up with technology, have proven to be the most “in touch” with that aspect. In addition, millennials have become the largest generation in today’s workplace. However, tapping into this talented workforce isn’t …

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Aug 24

This Is How You’re Failing Millennials in the Workplace 

This Is How You’re Failing Millennials in the Workplace Published August 23, 2016 Entrepreneur.com Recent research of more than 250,000 people, conducted by Happify and published in theHarvard Business Review in July, indicates that millennials tend to have a negative outlook when it comes to their career and their future. Is this just another example …

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Mar 04

How to Manage Millennials

So what is a Millennial? And, what is all the fuss about? It seems as though every article written about the future of the workforce involves some discussion about Millennials. You can’t discuss social media, TV viewing habits or the state of the workforce without an in-depth analysis of this group. Can one group really …

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Mar 04

How I Used Movies To Reach My Millennial Employees – Forbes

If you work in the tech sector like I do, chances are a lot of your new hires are millennials. Now, I could grumble here about how successfully onboarding new employees is difficult, because millennials do things differently than I did when I was their age. Or, I could realize that change is constant, and …

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Mar 04

How To Engage The Millennial Workforce – Forbes

  There has seldom been a generation written about as frequently as Millennials, and whilst there is a sense that their supposed differences to the rest of us have been over-egged, they are nonetheless a generation that warrant our attention. For instance, a Gallup Poll from last year found that they are the least engaged part …

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Mar 04

3 ways to attract and retain millennial employees – The Business Journals

Is it important for small-business owners to know much about millennials? Consider this fact. According to Upworthy.com, by the year 2020,46 percent of all U.S. workers will be millennials. That generational shift is only four years away. That millennial math should make small-business owners pause and think: What makes millennials tick? What keeps them up …

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Mar 04

How to Attract and Keep Top Millennial Talent – Inside INdiana Business

At a time when Indiana’s unemployment rate is at its lowest level in more than 14 years, Hoosier companies have to up the ante to attract talent. You want the best, the brightest and most innovative individuals joining your team, and many of these workers are just now entering the workforce. They’re called Millennials, and …

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Mar 04

How to manage a multi-generational workforce | CIO

With multiple generations making up today’s workforce, conflicts are bound to arise — especially as millennials assume management roles. Here’s how to take best advantage of the unique characteristics of Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y. Today’s multi-generational workforce poses unique challenges for CIOs and managers. Baby Boomers, Generation X and millennials all bring …

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