Millennials need a sense of purpose – they need to know that what they are doing matters to feel engaged in a meaningful way.
Moving to managing remote teams rather than an office-based model is as much as a perspective shift as it is a practical one.
For young generations who already adopt an opportunist mindset, COVID-19 provided an opportunity to pause, reflect, reset, and create.
Remote working becomes more efficient when expectations are set for the way things are done – having a clear structure helps ensure teams are supporte…
The COVID crisis has led many millennials – including business owners – are shifting their focus towards wealth-building and financial literacy.
For “get in and get the job done, fast” positions, a labour market already exists – hungry with millennials waiting for their next opportunity.
Mllennials are more likely to leave a job than other generations of your workforce, so you really to have a proper retention approach for them.
Millennials want great managers – people who can help them harbour their own goals, to help fulfil their “why” and improve their professional lives.
Millennials have qualities and traits that can bring vast growth and productivity business – you just need to work out how to tap into them.