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The Millennial Compass: 5 Truths & Implications On Business

MSLGROUP 5 Truths About Gen Y Workers Globally Today TRUTH IIIII||||| IMPLICATIONS IMPLICATIONS International experience least important work-life factor Develop robust HR strategies to retain key personnel, develop bench strength and recruit new talent, especially in business-critical Organizations should promote mobility and its professional benefits such as rapid advancement and the opportunity to change the world of work for Millennials - many believe their digital interactions around the world count as global experience areas TRU TH TRUTH Gen Y workers are on their Youth motivates youth: Millennials with Gen Xand Millennial way up - and out. In two years close to 60% will have left the skills are better organization they're with today The managers utilized than those whose managers are Baby Boomers Millennial Work ethic cannot be mandated. Organizations must create rich cultures where values and expectations are IMPLICATIONS) reflected at every level Establish communication Compass training, and mentoring programs designed to bridge the generational divide IMPLICATIONS The boss as a friend: hierarchical Millennials believe they indeed have a strong work ethic and do more than their fair share at work relationships are disliked; mentoring and knowledge sharing Older anagers should temper any top-down mentality while younger managers should be coach-like, balancing the "friend" dynamic are valued TRUTH TRUTH IMPLICATIONS

The Millennial Compass: 5 Truths & Implications On Business

shared by mslgroup on Mar 10
At age 30 or younger, Millennials are the future of business the world over. Here are insights from our latest report The Millennial Compass sharing the top 5 trends and their impact on global organisations.






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