One way to effectively manage millennials in the workplace is to provide them constant feedback. They want to know how well they're performing, and how they can improve their skills. Give them constructive feedback.
This year marks a tipping point in the U.S. workforce. In 2015, millennials will finally overtake baby boomers in the office, comprising more than 75 million workers. Because of this growth, employers are facing the challenge of retaining talent who have a different approach to work and career. In today’s world, the average millennial worker will change careers after only three years. Businesses, however, are far from helpless in fighting against the twin challenges of...
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