Understanding NewGen Talent at work

Promoting Value in the Multigenerational Office

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Studies show that employee retention is directly linked to whether the employee feels valued at work. This is constant across all generations. Workers who felt they made a difference or were appreciated by their employers had higher rates of retention. Employee recognition has typically been associated with rewarding years of service or outstanding performance, but it is now time to think outside the box. Companies must embrace generational differences in the workplace to retain the most valuable employees.
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Are You Still Maligning Millennials ? Stop

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The assumptions that millennials would not work as hard or be as loyal may be true for a few, but my experience with millennials is that most are exceptionally dedicated and loyal. My advice for those who manage millennials is to assume, by and large, they want and need the same things as other employees.
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Millennials Don’t Suck, You’re Just Old and Hate Change

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Compared to Boomers and Gen Xers, we are creating companies at twice the rate they did. Granted, access to technology has made it easier for millennials to do so. But we are also starting our businesses a lot earlier than past generations: at the average age of 27, while Boomers waited almost eight years later to start their businesses at 35.
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Managers, Not Connecting With Your Millennial Employees? Here’s Why

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Millennials bring traits to the workplace that present new challenges to managers. However, the benefits of millennials are vast: fresh thinking, technologically savvy and worldliness, passion and results are only a few of the positives that millennials demonstrate when they enter their careers. Read article