When you hear the word millennial, do you immediately think entitled, lazy, or spoiled? Or maybe you find yourself silently groaning. Maybe that groaning isn’t so silent. Or maybe you’re one of the people who is tired of hearing about how millennials need ping pong tables or bean bag chairs or even kegs in the break room at work, or any of the million other crazy amenities just to get them to show up every day, much less be productive. And even still, if you do have all those crazy amenities, they’re not gonna guarantee that millennials are gonna stay with you and your company for any extended period of time.
That constant turnover isn’t just a drain on you and your team as well as the morale there, it’s also a drain on your profitability. But what if I told you it doesn’t have to be like that at all? What if I told you that there was another way, that there are a few key areas where you can make some shifts that will open up a whole new world for you.
That includes higher levels of engagement, higher levels of productivity, and higher retention rates of those ever mystifying millennial employees.
Hi, my name is is Amanda Hammett, and I’m known as the Millennial Translator because I help companies attract, retain, and engage top millennial talent while helping millennials to develop the communication and leadership skills that are going to be necessary for them to lead corporate America in the not-too-distant future. I see these issues of retention, productivity, and engagement in companies of all size and all industries all over the world.
I have this free video series just for you with some simple strategies that I’ll be sharing over the next couple of videos. Now, this series will give you some quick, practical, and actionable items that you can implement immediately and start seeing some results because I truly believe that if you don’t understand millennials, then you can’t manage them, and you definitely can’t keep them.
If you want to learn more about how to keep your millennial employees engaged and retained for longer periods of time, then be on the lookout for my next video, see you then!