Managing Millennials: A Force to Reckon With - Success Starts with a Culture of Voice

Managing Millennials

Millennials, according to the National Center for Health Sciences, will exceed the 100 million mark due to the highest birth rate since the Boomer generation. This means that the millennial population will become a force to reckon with in the work place.

More than any other demographic, millennials came from two-income households and parents who paid close attention to their health, education and development. In addition, societal shifts coupled with technological advances made security paramount for parents of millennials. One in four millennials has at least one parent with a 4-year college degree and they are born into smaller families which, means more parenting time.  Affluent grandparents also contributed to the caregiving process, resulting in a highly interactive relationship between millennials and their family.

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