by Daniel Rounds
Originally published: January 13, 2017
The millennial generation is the future of employment for today's companies. As the older generation steps down, they're taking with them the old mindset of choosing a company and staying there until retirement. According to a Gallup report, the millennial generation sees employment opportunities as stepping stones to their ultimate professional goals, a mindset that has left businesses scrambling to figure out how to secure workers in the long run while cutting down on training and new hire expenses, which only continue to rise.
Of course, every company aims to continually raise revenue, offer solid customer service and improve its technology and systems, but one of the best ways to support these needs is to retain the most in-tune and innovative generation of employees to date: the millennials.