As the first wave of Generation Z, the first digital natives, enter the workforce, understanding their characteristics, skills and concerns becomes essential.
Millennials prefer a collaborative culture over a competitive culture. If they have to work for a boss, they would want that boss to serve more as a coach or a mentor.
If you don’t change jobs every three years, you don’t develop the skills of getting a job quickly, so then you don’t have any career stability.
Four out of 10 Gen Y employees, or those aged between 18 and 34, will start looking for another job if their request for a pay rise is turned down, a survey showed.
Millennials who are not expecting to change jobs note that trust in leadership and in their direct boss contributes to their loyalty.