Those crazy Millenials are everywhere these days, aren’t they? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 50% of the workplace will consist of Millenials. As learning professionals, we’ve probably noticed the landscape of our organizations is changing. Are our programs changing to accommodate the generational shift?

via 4 Tips for Onboarding Millenials | phase(two)learning.


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Debbie Ruston
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With 50% of the workforce being millenials, it is important for older workers to recognize fresh new ideas and be open to better ways of doing things. Teach and mentor on what has worked up to this point, but be open to new ideas that are brought to the table. This helps a new employee feel valued and they become more engaged.