Millennials have changed the way we communicate and as they move into the workforce, they expect the flexibility to be as productive, collaborative and connected in the workplace as they are in their personal lives. By 2015, millennials will make up the majority of the workforce, requiring companies to change the way they do business to accommodate these new workstyles. This shift starts with technology, but in the end is about creating a more collective and connected way to work for everyone.
As more and more skilled workers enter retirement, a new generation of workers emerges: Millennials. If you are wondering why you should care about millenials, iCIMS can help you. Millenials are experienced, flexible, innovative and highly driven to succeed.
Published By: Curalate
Published Date: May 03, 2016
By the end of 2015, millennials are set to overtake Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the U.S. By 2017, they will carry the bulk of the spending power.
The problem? This tech-savvy generation of consumers is also incredibly diverse. The key to effectively engaging millennials is recognizing that a “one-size-fits-all” strategy simply won’t cut it.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
- 14 influential millennial personas, from the “Brogrammer” to the “Millennial Mom”;
- How to engage each of the 14 millennial personas through relevant imagery;
- 5 proven ways to monetize your visual content across multiple marketing channels, from social to your website.
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Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Jan 19, 2016
Millennials are members of a unique generation. Shaped by the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession, these younger consumers stand behind brands that support causes they believe in and demonstrate value. Loyalty is not guaranteed from this group, but must be earned through relevance and brand engagement.
As the federal workforce nears retirement age, it is crucial for the government to hire members of the millennial generation, particularly in the mission-critical fields of science, technology, engineering and math where there is stiff competition with the private sector.
These results are a must-read for government officials who want to stay up-to-date with developing trends in recruiting.