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Posts Tagged: millennials

  • Understanding the mindset of millennials

    Understanding the mindset of millennials

    In the workplace, millennials are known for certain characteristics, such as being comfortable with uncertainty and technology, and having a hardwired sense of inclusion. Given that minds and neural patterns develop in response to lived experiences, this made us wonder: How have the experiences common to this generation shaped their social brain development, mindset and

  • Boosting engagement with Millennials

    Boosting engagement with Millennials

    Many companies today struggle with the same challenge: How to create and sustain engagement with the Millennial workforce. This poses a major risk. Currently, more than one-third of the U.S. workforce consists of Millennials—that is, employees in the 18-34 age group¹. By the year 2020, that number is expected to climb to 46 percent². Moreover, this generation

  • Hiring the multi-generational workforce

    Hiring the multi-generational workforce

    The generational makeup of the workforce is changing quickly, and employers are starting to feel the impact. Employers that understand the change will be better equipped to face the challenges. Baby Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, are retiring at a quick pace. With them goes a great deal of experience. Filling the void are

  • Millennials in the workplace: How companies can hold onto millennial talent [Podcast]

    Millennials in the workplace: How companies can hold onto millennial talent [Podcast] Podcast

    Millennials have a reputation for job hopping, and for good reason: On average, a Gen-Y worker changes jobs every two years, by contrast to Baby Boomers, who make a switch every 15 years or so. That has costly implications for companies — and increasingly so, as Millennials in the workplace are projected to represent approximately

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