If you’re recruiting Class of 2014 college graduates for entry-level positions, you’ve got your work cut out for you.
Market research firm Frost & Sullivan calls Millennials—today’s twentysomethings, who will make up 75% of the workforce by 2025—“one of the most disruptive forces the American workplace has ever experienced.”
A new Deloitte report says these 21st century employees “have radically different expectations about work than those of previous generations.”
Says Melanie Turek, Frost & Sullivan’s VP of research, “As they enter the workplace, Millennials are having a profound impact on everything from business processes to communications technologies.”
That’s not all bad. Older employees are buying into their younger colleagues’ new ways of working.
“Companies must learn to adapt to these new trends, and leverage them to drive collaboration, boost productivity and measurably improve business outcomes,” Turek says. “The...(register to read more)
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