September 8, 2017
Millennials have an unfair and often unfounded reputation in business.
The generation born between 1985 and 2000 can be described by their more mature colleagues as self-centred, disloyal and disrespectful. Added to this, they may be seen as prone to frequent job moves, have high career expectations and are difficult to manage.
Unsurprisingly, these negative stereotypes can cause concerns with managers – will millennials coming into the business increase conflict amongst teams or ultimately cost the organisation loss of talent?
So how do you decrease this generational gap, address the negative stereotype and get the best out of millennials in the workplace.
Read how in this TrainingZone article from Anna Czaplewska-Jaffery, senior product and training consultant.