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There has been an abundant amount of buzz surrounding millennials the past several years. The media keeps releasing articles and reports, telling us all about this young and ever growing piece of the workforce. Granted, this is essential information if you’re hiring millennials. But what about after you make the hire? What do managers need to know about retaining their fledgling talent?
Before I dive into some tips of managing millennial workers, lets take a look at what most of us might already know about Generation Y:
These are just several insights into the millennial workforce, but as I previously mentioned: how do we manage millennials after we hire them? To ensure that you can get the best work from your young employees and avoid turnover, I’ll share some advice I recently read from an article in Franchise Times, by Kimberly Savilonis. As Senior VP of Franchise Research for GE Capital, Savilonis mentions these 10 great tips for managing the “mighty millennials:”
Take these tips into consideration while onboarding the next millennial hires at your dealership. Having someone to look to as a mentor or for leadership will go a long way for your younger employees. Like any other young professional in time, they want to succeed!