Published: Friday, 07 July 2017 13:37
Millennials, grouped as the generation born between the early 1980s to early 2000s, are the new generation driving the bottom line and those who are beginning to dominate the working landscape as baby boomers move to retire.
But it is no secret that this fiercely ambitious generation has a tendency to shift roles quickly, preferring to seek to work for an organisation that offers them a sense of purpose – something much larger than just profit making.
It is this fact that makes attracting and retaining a millennial workforce somewhat of a challenge for many businesses. So what can you do about it? Ross Murray has outlined his top considerations that will set your business ahead of the rest.
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