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Issues by the Numbers, October 2015
Many of the perceived differences between Millennials and previous generations are just that: perceived rather than actual. It behooves employers to better understand Millennials' life goals, and craft tailored interventions aimed at engaging this vital workforce segment.
A new understanding of Millennials Generational differences reexamined
Millennials are widely thought to be less loyal to their employers than their older colleagues. But a look at the numbers suggests that many of the traits attributed to Millennials are related to prevailing economic conditions rather than to fundamental differences in their aspirations.Read
A new understanding of Millennials: Generational differences reexamined Issues by the Numbers, October 2015
Are Millennials really so different from the generations that came before? In some ways, yes—most significantly in the large amounts of student debt they carry—but in other ways, they look very similar to the Gen Xers who preceded them.View