Six Tips to Creating a Culture that Attracts and Retains Millennials
Employee loyalty is priceless. It fosters long-term stability in an organization with a workforce dedicated to an organization’s success. The Millennial generation has seemingly upended the hopes of companies looking for long-term commitment. However, their reputation as job-hoppers may be undeserved. Loyalty is a two-way street, and Millennials can inherently sense the short-term views of some employers and have structured their career outlook with this uncertainty in mind. To attract and retain the largest workforce generation, human resources departments will have to transform the core dynamics of the workplace and adapt to Millennial values and expectations.
- Understand the values driving employment decisions made by the Millennial generation
- Identify opportunities to help attract and retain Millennials in the workplace
- Analyze key statistics to help understand and define the Millennial generation