3 Steps To Merge Millennials to the Office

May 20, 2016

7:00 pm

With more millennials flooding the job market, there should be a turn of events to tackle how we better assimilate millennials into the workforce. Though a majority of millennials are planning to job hop, others are looking to expand and work their way up the job ladder. But for this success to work, millennials have specific needs and ways of conducting business that make them an asset to their respective companies.

Here are a few tips to help better merge millennials into the workforce, via Business Insider.

Providing Consistent Feedback

Millennials need feedback to address what’s working for them and what can be improved, especially when working in an office with employees and supervisors of all ages. Ongoing feedback, like with a performance review system, allows for feedback to be provided for those who need it the most.

Career Coaching

Almost anyone that succeeds in business will tell you that they wouldn’t be where they are without the power of networking and community. For millennials, especially those just starting out, it’s vital to connect with others to learn and move forward. Career coaching will be able to provide the support that millennials need while still guiding them on the right path to advance in their careers.

Managing Expectations

Expectations can differ between employees and supervisors, and being on the same page is essential to keep up with the demand of the job. Having a strategy in place to accurately manage expectations between millennials and their supervisors can have a positive effect on their business relationships and longevity of the roles.

These are just some of the tips that can help increase a positive work culture, but incorporating them will benefit both millennials and those from other generations alike.

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Cameron is a tech and culture journalist, comic book enthusiast, and lives near New York City. A graduate of Stockton University, she's using her words to shift the world of online journalism, one byline at a time. When she's not writing, she can be found reading sci-fi novels, collecting succulents, and planning her next obnoxious hair color. Cameron is an editorial fellow at Tech.Co. Send your tips to cameron@tech.co or tweet @BlkGirlManifest.

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