Understanding Millennials and the needs of the future workforce

Millennials, Gen Y and Generation Me. These are just a few ways that Millennials have been described over the years. Do you wish you had some tips for understanding the needs of the future workforce? Many employers view the Millennial generation as an enigma, but you can’t afford to be uneducated about Millennials, as they are the future employees and leaders. It is estimated that by 2025, 75% of the workforce will be Millennials. The Class of 2012 will be graduating in a few short months, and it is important for employers to understand how to recruit, retain and inspire them. So how do you get the inside scoop about Millennials and what they want?

Well, we have good news for you! Achievers just completed the “Class of 2012: Understanding the Needs of the Future Workplace” study, and we’ve answered all the important questions employers want to know. Some of the things you’ll learn are where Millennials are looking for jobs, what are the most important factors when looking for a job as well as the most cost-effective ways to recruit and retain the top talent. Trust me, the insight from this study is like gold for employers!

Interested in seeing the final results? Join us for a complimentary webinar on Thursday, April 5th as we unveil the results from the Class of 2012 study such as their top motivators, salary expectations, top social media platforms being used for jobs searches and more. Come learn how to leverage this wealth of information to benefit your company and help recruit the cream of the crop of these new graduates.

Register for this webinar here! What are you most interested in learning about Millennials from the Class of 2012 study?

Check out the full size Class of 2012 Infographic HERE!

 

 

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