Millennials and not the first generation to receive bad publicity, but generations are not created in a void. They are the imperfect production of parents, culture, politics and social media.
Millennials are tough to manage. Understanding their strengths, what they can bring into the workplace and supporting them to develop is a priority if business is not only to thrive but to allow for succession when baby boomers retire.
There is no App for job satisfaction and strength of relationships. This generation of young people let down by well-meaning parents, and sadly addicted to social media tools to provide connection, resulting in low self-esteem and a disconnection to society.
What can the corporate world do to pick up the slack and build upon the strengths of these young people, build trust and confidence and to support their personal and business growth. Because someone must for everyone to prosper.
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