Don’t take it personally: they might just come back
Millennials might just be the most personally ambitious, demanding and mobile generation ever to enter the Irish workforce. By 2025, they will have achieved leadership positions in many organisations.
Rather than stereotyping them, as often seems to be the case, we need to transform our workplaces to reflect their values, needs and attitudes. Most millennials see opportunities for career progression, more workplace flexibility and salaries as key factors to greater job satisfaction.
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