3 ways you're driving away millenial employees

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Tips for promotional products businesses on how they can better work with millenial employees.

3 ways you're driving away millenial employees

  1. 1. Three ways you’re driving away millenial employees
  2. 2. They are 76 million strong
  3. 3. They are the future of your workforce
  4. 4. But you just don’t get
  5. 5. Millenials
  6. 6. Their entire lives have been time-shifted
  7. 7. Their entire lives have been time-shifted Real-time life updates on Facebook
  8. 8. Their entire lives have been time-shifted Real-time life updates on Facebook Netflix TV streaming whenever
  9. 9. Their entire lives have been time-shifted Real-time life updates on Facebook Netflix TV streaming whenever Anytime Tutoring through Khan Academy
  10. 10. So, why should they be at work at anything o’clock?
  11. 11. instead
  12. 12. Give them leeway Offer flexible hours “I’ll finish that after game of thrones tonight.”
  13. 13. Give them options Bring your own tech “I have an app on my phone For that.”
  14. 14. Give them freedom Remote work options “I’ll email you from Starbucks tomorrow.
  15. 15. They’ve worked in groups Their entire Lives
  16. 16. They’ve gotten trophies just for showing up
  17. 17. They are used to
  18. 18. constant Feedback
  19. 19. and instant gratification
  20. 20. So… Foster
  21. 21. TEAM work Efficiency Feedback
  22. 22. TEAM work Create work groups “Let’s crowdsource the answer.”
  23. 23. Efficiency cut to the chase “I’ll learn the other stuff when it matters”
  24. 24. Feedback Give it Immediately “An annual review? Yeah, right.”
  25. 25. purpose person progress
  26. 26. purpose Have a mission “What is our place in the world?”
  27. 27. person Offer development “Shelve the bonus, teach me how to…”
  28. 28. Progress create upward movement “I’m ready for my promotion.”
  29. 29. is the easiest way to run your promotional products business. It has all of the software tools you need to run a modern promotional products business. Click the logo for more information
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