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Generation Y is taking over the workplace and it’s sooner than you think. By 2025, they will comprise 75% of the workforce. ...
Generation Y is taking over the workplace and it’s sooner than you think. By 2025, they will comprise 75% of the workforce.
Due to demographic shifts, including more experienced Baby Boomer workers retiring, it is essential to engage Generation Y now so they are able to fulfill expected talent shortages in the near future. Developing a strong leadership pipeline and expertise are key to business continuity.
Unfortunately, many organizations are not prepared to attract, engage, and retain Generation Y employees because they continue to use management practices that are off target. Neglecting to engage Generation Y will result in talent shortages, turnover expenses, and a damaged reputation.
Generation Y had a different upbringing than the Baby Boomers and Generation X; however, much of what they demand in the workplace will engage the entire workforce, not just their demographic. Engaging Generation Y is as much about modernizing your workplace as it is about creating an environment to capture the best new talent; the ROI is far-reaching.
Learn more about the trends that are shaping the future of work and how embracing technology and the social web can help organizations to capture the millennial workforce and enhance organizational performance.