Millennials In The Workplace: What’s Important To Them

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Millennials In The Workplace: What’s Important To Them

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Millennials are those born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s, so people aged roughly 15 to 35.

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86 million millennials will be in the workplace by 2020 - that's 40% of the total working population.

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But how do they think about work and what’s important to them?

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We’ve done the research to find the key insights you need to know about millennials.

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Let’s take a look at what we found (the results might surprise you)…

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Millennials want work-life balance but that means work-me balance, not work-family balance.

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To millennials, work-life balance means enough leisure time for their private life.

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Spending time with family is the #1 priority of millennials.

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Growing and learning new things is priority #2.

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Millennials want transformational leaders who use purpose and excitement to challenge and inspire.

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68% of millennials want to learn and improve their leadership skills using online courses.

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52% said mentoring is their preferred method to learn about leadership.

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58% of millennials believe communication and relationship building are the most important skills of a leader.

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70% of millennials hear about new job opportunities from their friends and job boards.

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40% of millennials say that becoming a manager or leader is very important to them.

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40% of millennials want a manager who empowers employees.

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83% of millennials would rather work for a company with fewer layers of management.

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64% of millennials say it's a priority for them to make the world a better place.

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79% of millennials want to work for a boss that will coach or mentor them.

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88% of millennials want a collaborative work culture, not a competitive one.

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46% of millennials left their last job because of a lack of growth prospects in their role

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Who are the top 10 companies millennials want to work for?

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 Ernst & Young
 Goldman Sachs
 J.P Morgan
 . Procter & Gamble

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How can you hire the best, most driven millennials?

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Build a culture based on collaboration, communication and learning first and foremost.

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