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.
Generation Y, or more commonly known as the millennials, is an opinionated group of online crybabies. Androids and iPhones are their milk bottles – a necessary tool for mental nutrition. But the overexposure of self to technology brings forth curiosity, which is humane and philosophically healthy. It is safe to say that the more technology advances, the more “Whys” are asked by today’s generation.
Mobility of talent means the introduction of fresh ideas, the opportunity to provide career development in a non -linear way, the opening up of new markets. On the flip side, however, it also means that people have different expectations of businesses both from a consumer and employer perspective and meeting those expectations can be pretty difficult.
With more millennials joining, Accenture has to go with the “flow” or else its employee retention and motivation will be affected. The multinational, which employs 1,900 people in Singapore, is not alone in dumping performance reviews.
People are generally good at valuing their service in the context of their.
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Manuelle Malot, Director of the NewGen Talent Centre at French Business School EDHEC – a research centre of expertise on the motivation, skills and behaviour of the new generations of international graduates – discusses the results of their recent study on retaining GenY Talent.
While we millenials tend to be satisfied with our first job (presuming we’ve been able to buck unemployment trends and get ourselves hired in the first place), we have itchy feet. If we aren’t moving up the career ladder, we’re moving on.