Keep Millennials Through Their First Three Years
In 2016, millennials surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the United States. As more and more millennials enter the workforce, turnover—especially of millennial staff early in their career—is a growing challenge for many organizations. Staff turnover is disruptive and costly, and creates more work for HR, managers, and remaining staff. Preventing turnover in this age group depends on supplementing your engagement efforts with a millennial-specific retention strategy.
View the on-demand webconference to understand the factors behind early turnover and learn best practices to retain millennial staff through their first three years on the job.
What You'll Learn:
- What makes millennials different from—and the same as—other generations in the workforce
- Which groups of millennials are most at risk of leaving and how to win these staff back before they do
- How to give new staff the emotional and social support they need to adjust to the pace and intensity of their work
- Strategies to build and advertise structured growth opportunities for entry-level staff