Surgent's Managing Millennials (MMLS)
By 2025, millennials will represent 75% of the workforce. Whether you are an owner of a small practice or manager in a multinational corporation, it is important to understand characteristics and expectations of this large segment of the workforce. Research reveals that many of the common stereotypes surrounding millennials are unfounded and counterproductive. This course provides an understanding of who millennials are in comparison to their predecessors, the Gen-Xers and baby boomers. Equally important, the presentation will look at common myths regarding millennials and why understanding this class of employees provides opportunities for your organization to grow and succeed.
- Understanding who millennials are and what distinguishes them from other sectors of the workforce
- Changes millennials seek in the workplace
- Suggestions on engaging and developing millennials
- Best practices by organizations who have successfully integrated millennials
- Expectations as to learning, development and training
- Work environments and schedules
- School to work transitions
- Views on salary, benefits and corporate ethics
- Whether millennials’ expectations are significantly different from any other generation
- Strengths millennials offer which set them apart from others
- Common myths pertaining to millennials
- Definitions of success
- Understand how managing to millennials allows organizations to grow and reduce turnover
- Understand how other organizations are attracting and retaining millennials
- Use research to learn millennials’ expectations, strengths and motivations
CPAs and other professionals who wish to better engage with employees and customers who comprise this ever-growing demographic
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