Millennials Are Good For (Your) Business

Millennials will be taking over the workforce by 2025 – with 75% of the global workforce! Not to worry though and PLEASE believe us when we tell you – Millennials are GREAT for business.

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What Millennials Want and Why You Need to Care

By 2025, 75% of the global workforce will be Millennials –that is less than 10 years from now.  Clients often ask us – what makes Millennials different? 1.  Millennials are the most diverse population. 2.  Millennials are also the most educated generation in American history, with more having college degrees than another generation.  Millennials have a strong set of unique values. They appreciate community, and though they utilize technology more than any other generation, they still prefer “real life” relationships over social media followers.  Millennials like brands they can trust – as well as products/organizations that strive to improve the global community.

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Strengthen Teams with Leadership & Talent Management

When we are helping companies re-engage their employees it only takes a slight change in focus, from the busy-ness of the work day, shifting over to spending maybe 4 hours to plan something like a quarterly event. Leaders can start to strengthen teams by doing these three things.

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Strengthen Your Hiring by Recruiting for Potential, Not Direct Work Experience

Obsessing over candidates’ direct work experience instead of their potential could be sabotaging your recruitment efforts. Concentrating too intensely on direct work experience ignores other experiences that inform the behaviors of the best talent. If employers don’t give these workers a chance, they’ll really never know what they could be missing.

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Recruiting the Millennial Generation

For years, companies have labeled Millennials as entitled and narcissistic. But as savvy employers can tell you, this simply isn’t true. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are just different. As a generation, they’re more confident, tech savvy, optimistic, and connected than previous generations. But they also differ in what they want, the skills they bring to the table, and how they communicate.

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Gen Y Money To-Dos

Millennials are often described as diverse, educated and tech-savvy, with big career goals and an optimistic outlook. When it comes to finances, however, this generation appears averse to risk – maybe because many of these young professionals came of age during the Great Recession.

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