20 New Ways of Working for the Millennial Workforce
Millennial Mindset
by Nathan Rivera
9M ago
Hey there, fellow millennial worker! Whether you’re a seasoned employee or just starting out in the chaotic world of work, one thing is for sure – the way we work has drastically changed in recent years. Gone are the days of traditional 9-to-5 jobs tied to a desk. Instead, we’re embracing a new era of ... Read more The post 20 New Ways of Working for the Millennial Workforce appeared first on Millennial Mindset ..read more
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The Employment Gap Between Millennials: Exploring the Job-Hopping Generation
Millennial Mindset
by Nathan Rivera
1y ago
Are you a millennial who’s been accused of being part of the “job-hopping” generation? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. Many millennials have become known for frequently switching jobs, leading to an employment gap between them and other generations. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons behind why millennials are more prone to job-hopping ... Read more The post The Employment Gap Between Millennials: Exploring the Job-Hopping Generation appeared first on Millennial Mindset ..read more
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The Pros and Cons of Millennials: Understanding the Generation that’s Taking Over
Millennial Mindset
by Nathan Rivera
1y ago
As Gen X and Baby Boomers move away from the workforce, Millennials are slowly but surely taking over. Born between 1981 and 1996, Millennials are often credited with introducing a new wave of values, ideas, and attitudes that significantly impact businesses, governments, and society as a whole. However, like any other generation, the group has ... Read more The post The Pros and Cons of Millennials: Understanding the Generation that’s Taking Over appeared first on Millennial Mindset ..read more
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The emergence of the ‘Modern Employee’
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
Having a different way of thinking and approach to work is no longer the preserve of Millennials. Instead there is a growing number of employees who are starting to question the traditional paradigms of where, when and how they work. Employees who have a more values led approach to work, are more socially conscious and embrace technology. A group of employees that is growing exponentially in number within the workplace that are influenced by technology and learning from the Millennials they work with instead of getting annoyed by them or feeling threatened by them. I refer to t ..read more
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6 ways technology has changed the mindset of Millennial employees forever
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
There is a new breed of employee becoming established in the workplace. They learn and communicate in a different way, with a growing emphasis on collaboration. They question the traditional paradigms of where, when and how they work. They have a more values led approach to work and a more socially conscious way of thinking. But why? Due to the impact of technology. Technology has shrunk the globe, made information freely available, altered how we communicate and fundamentally changed people’s behaviour. Initially it was Millennials who demonstrated this ‘new’ behaviour as they ..read more
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Millennials will soon make up most of the workforce. Do you understand them?
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
Millennials. Gen-Y. The Net Generation. However you refer to them, they are individuals that were born between the early 1980s and the late 1990s and by 2025 will represent 75% of the global workforce, meaning in the coming years they will have a significant influence on how the world is run. As such, it is important for business leaders to understand how Millennials think and behave, especially if they want their businesses to be relevant to the future of their workforce. As a Millennial myself, I have witnessed first hand a disconnect between how I wanted to work and the workplace ..read more
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You don’t have to be a Millennial to have a Millennial Mindset
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
Time and again I keep seeing an increasing amount of articles about Millennials/Gen-Y and how we are all so different to the generations above us. Some have been positive but a large number have been quite disparaging, but probably the most famous (and balanced) article around this subject is the TIME cover story of the MEMEME generation, with the comment, “They are narcissistic, overconfident, entitled and lazy, but they just might be new Greatest Generation.” However, despite all this talk about Millennials, I have long struggled with the idea that the year we were ..read more
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5 ways to manage Millennial’s Personal Development
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
In addition to culture and salary, personal development ranks very highly as one of the key reasons why Millennials choose to work and stay with an employer. Despite this, many businesses still adopt very outdated ways of developing their employees and wonder why they are having such a high staff turnover and are unable to attract the best modern thinking talent. To ensure you stay on top of your modern employee development, below are five essential approaches you should adopt: 1. Remove standardised and centralised corporate training Many businesses, particularly larger ones, opera ..read more
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100% of Millennials want their company to stand for something
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
The sad reality is that most of us spend our week at work and when you factor in commuting as well, it leaves very little time to do other things that are important to us. Therefore, with such a large amount of time committed to work it should come as no surprise that Millennials want to make sure that their time is spent doing something meaningful. This is why 100% of Millennials in the Millennial Mindset survey said they wanted the company they worked for to stand for something that was more than just making money. I can relate with this sentiment, as I strongly believe that ..read more
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96% of Millennials say their company’s reputation is important
Millennial Mindset
by Adam Henderson
3y ago
With so much of your time committed to work whether this is travelling to work, being at work or thinking about how you are going to meet that looming deadline, it becomes a key part of your life. The trouble is that when you spend such a significant amount of time on one thing it becomes part of your identity whether you like it or not, meaning that the reputation of who you work for and what you do has a direct impact on your own personal reputation. This is why 96% of Millennials said their company’s reputation is important when considering if they want to work (or not) for a cer ..read more
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