Or maybe they just aren’t staying with your company long enough to drive you crazy?
Millennials are hired into your company with a lot of potential and promise only to be out the door on to their next opportunity less than a year later, forcing you to not only have to re-hire for their position but also have to ramp up yet another new millennial employee while holding down your own professional responsibilities and keeping your fingers crossed that this one will work out?
Since employee turnover costs 2x the annual salary of the employee, you are praying you get it right this time because all this turnover is really affecting your bottom line AND killing the morale of your entire team.
As it turns out, there is a simple way to ensure millennials stay in their position longer…
Imagine if…you hire a new millennial employee with a lot of potential and promise and not only are they there a year later, but they are fully committed and contributing member of the team, so much so that older employees can’t really remember what it was like before they started.
Team productivity is skyrocketing. Morale is through the roof which means higher levels of profitability.
This millennial is not only excelling in their role, but also taking things off of your overflowing plate which means that you are actually able to go home at a decent hour and spend time with your family without stressing about all the things that should have been done but didn’t!
What if I told you I’ve created this EXACT solution?
I am guessing your very first question is, “Who are you?” and “Why should I believe you?”
Over the course of 5 years, I gave over 800 speeches to well over 200,000 millennials across north America. While doing that I noticed there were basic foundational skills missing in the millennial generation that the business world assumes everyone is taught. I started discussing these missing skills with HR managers, VPs and even C-level executives and found that 86% of them also said these skills were keeping young employees from being successful.
Armed with that information, I started teaching these skills to college students and young professionals.
It was not long before a major Fortune 100 company approached me and asked if I would be willing to take my training materials and turn them into video training modules that they could then license for their employees worldwide. These training modules gave these new hires a quick start guide to being not only a productive part of their new company but also to a successful future career.
While most people know and understand the need for these foundational business skills they fail to understand the psychology of why these these skills are important. Those psychological factors play heavily into whether a new employee meshes into the culture of your team or not.
By arming new hires with these lessons before they walk in the door you greatly increase their chances of becoming a productive member of your team which saves you headaches, frustration and $$$$$$$.
The Millennial QuickStart Guide: Success From Day 1 program was developed after meeting, teaching and interacting with millennials from all walks of life across all of north America. It pulls together years of research from leading workplace psychologists, C-suite executives, HR managers and millennials themselves into a proven program that increases retention rates of millennial new hires which saves you time, money and frustration.
You may be thinking to yourself that you don’t need this product. That what you are currently doing is working just fine.
But is it really?
Are your millennial employees leaving you in droves?
Or do they only stay just long enough to start to really understand the job and then they are gone again?
Which means you have to go out there and read more resumes, spend more time interviewing candidates while your team is frustrated and beginning to wonder, “Why aren’t any of these millennials staying?” “Is there something I’m not seeing?”
This continuous revolving door of new hires is not only costing you time, energy and frustration. It is also costing you money.
Big time money.
A few months ago, I received a really interesting email. It was from a 41 year old IT manager who had watched my Millennial QuickStart Guide: Success From Day 1 videos. Although, he quickly acknowledged that he was not in my target market, I was willing to let him slide after only a sentence or 2 into his email.
You see, Derek had been frustrated with his career for years and could not figure out why it was not progressing they way he thought it should.
He had tried it all: going back to school, changing companies and nothing seemed to make that big of a difference.
Derek was stuck and he couldn’t seem to jumpstart his career.
His company was using the QuickStart videos for the newbies that were coming into his group. By the time, he finished Module 1, he immediately identified one small thing that was holding him back in his career and he vowed to change it.
Within only 2 weeks of making a concerted effort to change, Derek’s boss commented that he loved the new changes and to keep them up! That was all Derek needed to hear before he doubled down and made sure he was following each of the modules explicitly.
Are your millennials leaving in droves? Are they disrupting the workplace and lowering morale? For every employee who leaves, businesses end up spending twice their salary to replace them. This can add up to millions of dollars per year.
If we are being really honest, managers and older employees cringe at the thought of bringing in yet another millennial, right? Somehow, these millennials never seem to work out.
In response to the devastating effects of employee turnover on profitability and company morale, we have created a program.
THE SOLUTION: GIVE THEM FOUNDATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
It’s time to arm your millennials with the skills they need to foster a collaborative attitude and professional success. In this video series, millennial new hires learn skills to enter the workplace as a positive addition to the company from day 1, so that they are more engaged, productive and end up staying longer.
Challenge: Low comfort level with face-to-face interaction.
- Creating and maintaining good eye contact.
- This module teaches the foundational soft skills that play a major, but often overlooked role in the building of one’s personal brand. Many millennials assume they either already have these mastered or they don’t actually need them. However, as far as the business world has come, we still enjoy pleasant face-to-face interactions. Here we start with the basics of creating and maintaining good eye contact and moving on to bBuilding rapport through handshakes and non-verbal communication. This module wraps up.
- Do’s and Don’ts of using your cell phone incell phone use in the office.
Challenge: Not understanding the importance of getting to know co-workers.
- A way to talk about their strengths and abilities in a concise manner.
- How to take the stress out of networking with co-workers and potential clients.
Challenge: Mismatch in expectations between generations.
- Understanding the 5 top transgressions from punctuality to dress code to their need for feedback.
- Strategies to get what they need from their managers while also being productive and efficient employees.
Challenge: No professional presence on LinkedIn.
- Building their brand on LinkedIn
- How to leverage their profile to reach out to current and potential clients and industry influencers.
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