Tag: gen y

Communicating with Your Millennial Team

Years ago, when I started seeing all these articles popping up about Millennials and their unique traits, I usually would just roll my eyes. That was before I started managing a team of them. Then I did start to encounter some challenges that took me by surprise. Every individual is different, but any group of people that grows up under similar cultural circumstances is…

The millennial problem

Lazy. Entitled. Self-centered. This is all I hear when anyone talks about my generation, the millennials, and I’m tired of hearing complaints about how we are failing in life. I don’t see these negative characteristics in my generation at all. Millennials, born between 1981 and 1999, are picked on by baby boomers and members of Generation X, and I’m sick of being labeled a…

The End of Millennials

TBQH, not a day goes by that the subject of Millennials and who they are and what they want and why the olds should give a hoot about them doesn’t come up during multiple conversations. Whether it’s

We can FINALLY stop talking about millennials

Awesome looking chart, right? And from the looks of it, it is time to stop worrying so much about the Millennials and start thinking about Gen Z! What might this mean to the rest of us – besides all the ‘Generations in the Workplace’ people that need to update their slides I mean?

Millennials require custom retention strategies, experts say

Millennials are motivated by “social needs” such as team cohesion and flexible schedules, while older generations are more motivated by “transactional needs” such as salaries, according to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The company last year sought to develop flexible work plans during the holidays for its U.S.-based workers.

7 Tips for Hiring Top Performing Gen Y Women

€œGen Y is the first generation of young people who expect their careers to align with their ability to achieve impact in the world,” said Tiffany Dufu, Chief Leadership Officer at Levo League. If you feel like it is hard to articulate how you will help Gen Y-ers achieve this goal at your company.