More Recruiting Thoughts Around Millennials
Millennials have overtaken Baby Boomers as largest generation in the U.S. Their ages are between 18-35 years old, so you have a portion of them already impacting the workforce and another portion starting their employment. When you are recruiting or managing millennials having knowledge around who they are, what they are looking for and how to attract this talent will provide you with the tools to incorporating them in your business.
Saw this article by Evan H. Lesser on HR.BLR.com “5 Recruiting Strategies for a New Generation.” This article highlights what is important to this generation.
“…recruiters are having to learn a new approach that speaks to Millennials in a language that they understand, and in many cases, using entirely new media to reach them. Here are five ways Millennials have changed the recruiting process, and some tips on how to adapt to meet these new demands.”
Keep in mind you need to always be recruiting, looking out for great talent and taking the time to create a strong recruiting project plan. There are so many different ways to recruit now and understanding the talent you are looking for makes it easier to prioritize the best way to find them.
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