7 Things To Know About Recruiting Millennials

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Recruiting Millennials

The Millennials have all grown up, graduated from university, and started careers of their own. In fact, Millennials, a generation of people born between 1980 and mid-90s, are currently the largest generation in the workforce––comprising 35% of all employees. By 2030, that number will more than double to 75%.

Millennials have different expectations for their careers than their Gen X or Baby Boomer predecessors. They have different beliefs on how a workplace should function and use different values to determine what positions they might accept.

While a lot of Millennials are still at the beginning of their career, some have already moved into management or senior roles. This means they’re having more decision-making power in the workplace.

In order to successfully recruit Millennials into positions across the board, you need to create an environment that accommodates their unique needs and preferences, not only in entry-level roles but also on managerial positions. Here are a few things you should know about Millennials and how they function in the workplace.

Listen to 7 things you need to know about Millennials in the workplace in the episode of Recruitment On The Go on Soundcloud and iTunes!