Ed tor’s Note

The HR Digest - - Front Page - Happy Read­ing!

If your com­pany wants to not just hire Mil­len­ni­als, but also re­tain them, it’s im­por­tant to un­der­stand what mo­ti­vates them. Truth be told, Mil­len­ni­als want the same things from their em­ploy­ers as the Baby Boomers and the Tra­di­tion­al­ists. Con­trary to pop­u­lar be­lief, Mil­len­ni­als place lit­tle im­por­tance on com­pany of­fer­ing nap rooms, car ser­vice and a sushi bar; the idio­syn­cra­sies of an in­for­mal work­place. They value learn­ing and ad­vance­ment, great man­agers, and great jobs that are well-suited for their skills and in­ter­ests.

Mil­len­ni­als fun­da­men­tally place greater em­pha­sis on an op­por­tu­nity-rich en­vi­ron­ment, and how an or­ga­ni­za­tion can help fur­ther their ca­reers. Our Cover Story, ’10 Great Mil­len­ni­al­friendly Work­places,’ takes a look at com­pa­nies of­fer­ing an in­spir­ing mis­sion, a col­lab­o­ra­tive work-cul­ture and work­life flex­i­bil­ity. Plunge In!

Among other things, we have Le­gal Hub, which of­fers ad­vice on how to deal with of­fice af­fairs and sex­ual ha­rass­ment. It’s be­com­ing in­creas­ingly com­mon among co-work­ers to find their pas­sion in the of­fice. Many times, this take an ugly turn when the ro­man­tic li­aisons trans­form into a petty af­fair of ‘he said, she said’. You might also like Q&A with Jane, your of­fi­cial can­non for bru­tally hon­est, straight­for­ward answers to HR re­lated queries and con­cerns, an­swered by Jane Harper.

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