Millennials are the first generation to grow up as true ‘digital natives’; constantly connected to a range of technology options.
As they become employees, Millennials bring new skills, expectations and challenges for businesses to address.
In this report, we explore the impact Millennials are having on SMEs and HR managers who are tasked with bringing young people into the workplace while balancing the reaction from experienced employees. We also examine the expectations of Millennials themselves, like technology that allows them to work when and where they want.
Finally, we see how the next generation are seeking interactive online communication with their potential employers in a job market where company image can no longer be controlled, but must instead be managed.
69% of HR managers think Millennials are integrating easily into workplace, and enjoy working with them.
For Millennials, the biggest driver of satisfaction is lifestyle benefits, with 32% saying that they’d seek a new position solely to improve their work-life balance.
Only 19% of SMEs advertise on job search engines, despite these being used by over half of Millennials
59% of experienced SME employees say millennials have taught them something new.
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Millennials breathing new life into the workforce
Why Millennials are breathing new life into
Matt Martin, Managing Director of Retro Mountain, explains why fellow Millennials are so important to business today. He talks about his experiences, giving a first-hand insight into the minds of Millennial job seekers.
Millennials breathing new life into the workforce – the full
We uncover how to capture and retain precious Millennial talent and how this generation play an integral part in a productive workplace. From increasing online visibility and social interaction to promoting a better work-life balance and collaboration technologies, this report can help determine your recruitment and retention strategies.