As growth continues in our economy even at a slow pace we are having to think harder about how to recruit the right talent. Jean-Michel's article reminds us that we are no longer employing people like ourselves but that the Millennials are set to become the largest part of the workforce.
It is a timely reminded that if we are to recruit and keep these new staff that we have to think differently and adapt our working practices to accomodate the new generation
Once upon a time, Generation X was given the illustrious title of the ‘Me Generation’, seemingly a response to their egocentric, superior mindset. However, in 2013, millennials were heralded as the ‘ME ME ME’[i] generation by Time magazine. Also known as Generation Y, millennials are the tech-savvy, self-conscious offspring of the Generation X, who hail from the Baby Boomers, themselves a product of the post-World War II hysteria.