Whether you are a Millennialâ€™s manager or co-worker, you probably have an opinion on this burgeoning generation in the workforce. The Millennial Generation, made up of people born in the 1980s and 90s, have been called over-confident, entrepreneurial, lazy, team-oriented, entitled, plugged-in and resourceful.
However, by identifying characteristic strengths and weaknesses in this group you successfully manage millennial workers in order to maximize their contribution to your team.
This insightful paper by Sarah Gould describes:
- The 3 key ways that Millennials differ from Baby Boomers and Generation Xers
- How to motivate Millennials
- Why flexibility makes for happy, productive employees