Despite living in a world of recession and jobs that are in crisis, as well as their own student debt, many millennials want to make the world a better place. Many are not motivated by money, but rather, making the world more sustainable and a more compassionate place. As these millennials with this mindset will be most of the people in the workforce in the next five to ten years, it makes sense that jobs and employers need to be up to scratch on creating an environment suited to their millennial employees.
The older generation, the millennials parents anyway, grew up in an era without even having computers. But the millennials that will be in the workforce donít even remember a time when they didnít have a status on Facebook to update. Both of which are wanting to find meaning in the workplace and work that is suitable to them all. So as an employer, first, you might need to look at offering computer skills or business skills courses, like the ones from Training Connection, for example. You want to create an even workforce with everyone feeling like they have something to offer. If youíre older colleagues get a little lost around a computer, then you need to help them to feel valued, even if a load of younger employees starts in the company.
What else can make an impact in your workforce as it becomes increasingly millennial? Here are a few suggestions for you.
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