We recently had a chance to interview Jennifer Jensen, Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition at Pacific Dental Services, to give us an insider’s peek into... Read More »
A big thank you to Pacific Dental Services for making it possible!
The 2015 Best Places to Work for Millennials list reveals the workplaces where Millennials want to work. It also offers new insights into what it takes to recruit and retain top Millennial employees. If you haven’t seen the list, check it out now, especially if you’re a Millennial in the workforce! This would have not been possible without help from our outstanding Thought Leadership sponsor, Pacific Dental Services. We wanted to learn more about Pacific Dental Services and their work with Millennials so you can be in the know, too.
This generation is buying differently from Gen X and Boomers
The Center for Generational Kinetics’ and our Millennial generation researcher, Jason Dorsey, was recently featured in a MarketWatch article noting the emerging purchasing trends of Millennials (also known as Gen Y). Although there has certainly been an economic shift toward younger people’s renting rather than owning (and there’s almost nothing missing from the list – clothing, shoes, gardens, accessories), three consumer trends demonstrate that the concept of ownership is still alive and well, even among Millennials.
Here are three quick takeaways on Millennials as consumers... Read More »
A big “Thank you” to SAS for making it possible!
The 2015 Best Places to Work for Millennials list reveals the workplaces where Millennials want to work. It also offers new insights into what it takes to recruit and retain top Millennial employees. If you haven’t seen the list, check it out now, especially if you’re a Millennial in the workforce! This would have not been possible without the help from our Thought Leadership sponsor, SAS. We wanted to learn more about SAS and their work with Millennials so that you can be in the know, too.
We recently got the chance to interview SAS Vice President of Human Resources Jenn Mann to give us an insider’s peek into the company that made the award possible... Read More »
Brand new insights for employing the fastest growing generation in the workplace based on our national study
If you’re reading this, you probably—like us—employ or plan to employ Millennials, also known as Generation Y. This generation of almost 80 million people in the U.S. alone brings a new mindset, skill set and enthusiasm to today’s multigenerational workforce. The resulting generational differences in your workplace can be a challenge or an opportunity—depending entirely on how managers and leaders respond.
To give you the leading edge in the generational opportunity, we created a special report with the newest insights and how-to strategies that have been proven to work with Millennial employees. These are the top findings from... Read More »
Want to work in a large company that will unlock your value? Start with these three companies!
We are thrilled to announce the top three winners in the large employer category for the Best Places to Work for Millennials 2015. These pioneering employers have shown that Millennials can be great employees in large companies across diverse industries.
The three winners for the large company category are... Read More »
Want to work in a smaller firm that can unlock your biggest potential? Start with these three companies!
Small employers can be great places for Millennials to start and build their career. Over 3,000 companies were analyzed to find the Best Places to Work for Millennials 2015. The top three companies in the small employer category prove that you don’t have be a big employer to create big engagement with your Millennial employees!
The three winners for the small company category are... Read More »
List reveals key factors that help Millennials thrive at work
The Center for Generational Kinetics released today its first annual list of The Best Places to Work for Millennials, just in time for this year’s 1.8 million college graduates seeking to launch their careers. The list, which comes on the heels of news that Millennials are now the largest workforce in America, also offers new insights into what it takes to recruit and retain top Millennial performers.
To find the best places to work for Millennials, The Center for Generational Kinetics partnered with the workplace excellence research firm Best Companies Group (BCG), which manages over 50 “Best Places to Work” programs around the globe... Read More »
Attention Millennial job seekers! These 75 companies are the best for you
Congratulations to the 75 companies who succeeded in creating a workplace where Millennials want to work and grow their career! This recognition acknowledges leadership, innovation and commitment to employing the fastest growing generation in the workforce: Millennials and Gen Y.
Check out 2015’s Best Places to Work for Millennials winners list... Read More »
Unexpected attributes of today’s fastest growing customer group
Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are the fastest growing group of customers in the marketplace today. Along with not carrying cash, this generation brings unexpected customer attributes that marketers and sales professionals need to know to win them now.
Here are three things you probably didn’t know about Millennials, but you should: 1) Millennials are not disloyal customers. Our review of client data across multiple industries and price points shows that Millennials are incredibly loyal customers once they choose to be loyal to a brand, company, or salesperson. The challenge is that Millennials are still “sampling” their purchase options at a later age. In fact, Millennials reach most life events later than previous generations: college graduation, first job, first marriage, and first child. If you hit these life milestones later, the purchasing decisions that follow the... Read More »
Managers and leaders face an unprecedented challenge
Managers and leaders are responsible for solving an unprecedented challenge: up to five generations working side by side in their workforce. Each generation brings its own life stage, communication preferences, priorities, and more.
Managers and leaders are responsible for solving an unprecedented challenge: up to five generations working side by side in their workforce. Each generation brings its own life stage, communication preferences, priorities, and more. Here is a quick overview of the five generations by birth years... Read More »