6 Things You Need To Know About Onboarding Millennials

It's important to understand how your employees function, especially during the onboarding process. Related: Gen Y: What Sort Of Company Do You Want To Work For?


6 Things You Need To Know About Onboarding Millennials

In this special presentation (below), you will learn the following:
  1. The difference between hiring a baby boomer vs. a millennial
  2. Whether or not turnover is an issue with millennials
  3. Some of the challenges with onboarding millennials
  4. The kind of office environment millennials want
  5. The importance of employee engagement with millennials
  6. How millennials are reshaping workplace culture
What has your experience been with onboarding millennials? Do you find it easier or harder than working with baby boomers? Please tell us in the comment section below!

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