While recent graduates from engineering and business schools fare better in finding a job that aligns with their sought-after degrees, their high ambitions also drive them to switch employers sooner
This report draws on the attitudes, behaviours and experiences of the generation born between 1995 and 2001, across 20 countries, in order to present a detailed overview of their wellbeing, hopes, and values.
By 2020 Millennials will make up over a third of the global workforce. How different they are or aren’t from the rest of the workforce ? This report presents new findings with fresh insights from the perspective of both employers and employees with a comparative analysis between 25 countries.
As natives of the digital age, Millennials have grown to appreciate validation, constructive criticism and instant feedback. They love making an active difference and being recognized for their efforts. They want to be a part of their company’s story. This translates to marketing, as well.
To satisfy the professional expectations of your Millenials employees and make the best use of their talents, challenge the youngest with new issues and entrust the oldest with tasks that need to be executed perfectly so that they become references.
60 % of Millenials would consider leaving their Jobs if they didn’t feel engaged at work.
In other words, engaged Millennials demonstrate greater loyalty to their employers — and Millennials who are either not engaged or actively disengaged are giving the entire generation a bad name for bouncing from job to job.
After a first edition in 2014, the EDHEC NewGen Talent Centre is carrying out its major & international survey about the career choices motivations and integration practices in global Companies.
You have studied in France and validated a bachelor degree ? You have already started your professional career ? Your experience is important to us !
Please take a few minutes to answer our survey. Note that all your data will remain strictly confidential.
This survey will we available until Thursday, 15th December, 2016.
Thank you for your participation !
Manuelle Malot, Director Alumni Careers / NewGen Talent Centre
Caroline Rubin, Data analyst
For the company, the issue is not so much about dealing with this generation independently of the others, but rather globally rethinking leadership challenges in an environment which is increasingly digitalized, horizontal and multi-task oriented, taking into account the countries’ strong specificities.