Millennials are now the largest group in our workforce today. This generation is taking the workplace to new heights for the better, from the culture we have to the tools we use. But who are they, why do they matter, and how can you leverage the millennials in your workplace?
As trends, culture, and technologies continue to rapidly change, be encouraged by this - millennials continue to prove themselves to be assets in building great, innovative, and rapidly growing organizations. Here are just a few of the ways they can prove themselves to be an asset for you.
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The combined forces of the digital revolution and the millennial generation's transition into adulthood will bring exciting new changes to the workplace. As the first generation of digital natives, millennials bring a lot to the table, and building an office around their updated communication and work styles offers exciting possibilities. Although they don't always laugh at my Seinfeld references (and never want to borrow my CDs), putting in the right framework and processes to maximize their potential can be a game-changer.
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According to Forbes, "There are eighty million millennials in America alone and they represent about a fourth of the entire population, with $200 billion in annual buying power." It's no secret that companies who wish to stay relevant need to ditch traditional methods of advertising and come up with innovative ways to capture the hearts (and pockets) of millennials. Here's a few tips on how you can reach millennials.
Millennials will make up nearly half of the workforce by 2020. With this new era of employees upon us comes different ways of thinking, working, motivating and avenues to success. It's important to know how to motivate and manage these young, tech-savvy employees.