How to Retain & Manage Millennial Talent

Managing + Retaining Millennials

It’s no secret that millennials get a lot of flak in the workplace. But are these stereotypes really warranted? Millennials are currently the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, and with many of them poised for leadership positions, we are already feeling their influence over the future of business. Despite this fact, managing millennials presents unique challenges for companies.

Heavily influenced by technology, economic and political uncertainty, and rising societal and environmental concerns, their approach to work is simply different from their predecessors. While some employers may have caught onto these differences, many may still be wondering what millennials are looking for in an employer and why they should accommodate these needs into the company culture.

For organizations that want to orchestrate a successful transition into a millennial-dominated workforce, now is the time to start to focus on retaining millennials and preparing them for leadership positions.

For tips on how to identify and attract millennial talent, don’t forget to check out our companion eBook, The Millennial Workforce: 21 Tips For Identifying + Attracting A New Generation Of Talent.