Millennials are filling the ranks of the organizations. Are you doing enough to combat the Fallacy of ‘Digital Native’?

Millennials – those born roughly between 1980 and 1995 – now constitutes the largest generational cohort in the workforce. The change in the demographic trend however accounts for a number of challenges and competitive risks for engineering firms to solve:

  • Millennials tend to migrate between jobs frequently. How can engineering leaders ensure they are keeping young recruits and stay engaged?
  • These young professionals are not “performance-driven”. What then can organizations do to motivate them?
  • Millennials are accepting information at face value regardless of the source. Are engineering leaders doing enough to provide them with guided and vetted content to do their job efficiently?

The millennials will continue to fill up the ranks of your organization. Read this article to learn how you can bridge the generational divides and stay competitive.

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