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Authors: Jay Gilbert
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Published in: "Ivey Business Journal", 2011
Length: 6 pages

Abstract

The millennials, a wistful F Scott Fitzgerald might have written today, are different than you and me. Managers accustomed to using certain practices to engage boomers are going to have to change their ways - and practices - if they hope to engage and retain the newest heavily scrutinized employee cohort, the millennials. This author recently completed an important study and he offers valuable advice that managers can use to make millennials feel wanted and respected.

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Abstract

The millennials, a wistful F Scott Fitzgerald might have written today, are different than you and me. Managers accustomed to using certain practices to engage boomers are going to have to change their ways - and practices - if they hope to engage and retain the newest heavily scrutinized employee cohort, the millennials. This author recently completed an important study and he offers valuable advice that managers can use to make millennials feel wanted and respected.

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