Numerous studies are finding that workers are becoming more prone to voluntarily leaving their jobs. In fact, statistics found that 2.7 million employees voluntarily quit their jobs by the end of June 2015. This is important because it’s a 25% increase compared to what this figure was at the end of June 2013. Unfortunately, this often happens with millennials. A 2016 Gallup poll found that 60% of millennials are open to a new role at any given time. These workers are extremely valuable, meaning you’ll want to do everything possible to retain them. With that in mind, here are six tips for managing and retaining millennial executives.
- Millennials Often Enjoy Team Environments
Many millennials have extensive experience working in team environements. Most of these employees spent much of their time in school taking part in group projects. Therefore, millennials might work better if they’re regularly placed in team environments.
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The internet is insanely important here in the United States – and in many other places all around the world, at that. In fact, many of us would simply not feel comfortable in a world that did not have internet. We use the internet on our phones and we use the internet on our computers. Now, we are even often able to hook the internet up to our TVs, allowing us to stream all of our favorite TV shows and movies at the simple click of a button. The internet is all around us, it’s more than true, and at this point there is nothing that we can truly do to really separate ourselves from it. In fact, there are as many as three hundred and ninety five – very nearly four hundred – iphones sold in just one single minute, and this number of smartphones don’t even account for all of the other types of cell phones that are not sold through or manufactured by the insanely successful company of Apple. In fact, the iPhone seven made up only just more than eight percent of all cell phones sales in the