Ed tor’s Note
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!
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