by Adam Rowe
Originally published: July 11, 2017
The latest numbers are in: According to a 2016 Gallup study, 60 percent of millennials are “open to new job opportunities,” and 21 percent had actually taken a new job within just the last year.
If the majority of the younger workforce is on the hunt for a new position, and a full fifth of them are actually taking a new job each year, legacy companies will need to address the churn. Krister Ungerboeck, coach at CEO Growth, had a few tips to offer in the tricky question of how to retain millennials.
Ensure that your workplace celebrates inclusivity by thinking of the needs of everyone, not just the statistical demographic of your own employees.