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Supporting and retaining these young employees who are dynamic, high-energy, innovative, tech savvy, and live at the node of a cloud, requires a new way of doing business.
Here are seven strategies to restructure the workplace to better adapt to the realities of the millennials:
1- Provide prompt feedback on their performance instead of waiting for the traditional semi-annual reviews. The timing (without delay), frequency (often) and the mode of delivery (clear and specific) will motivate millennials. Continue reading