Retaining Millennials: Solve This Problem and Get an HR Job Anywhere

Reflektive

People who graduated college between 2006 and 2010 averaged nearly three jobs the first five years of their career, which is more than double the average of the prior generation. By 2025, they’ll comprise 75 percent of the workforce. Provide Learning and Development.

3 Ways L&D Drives Employee Engagement and Retention

Reflektive

People who leave an organization are 38% more likely to feel there was not a career opportunity for them at the company. People who stayed were 24% more likely to say they had access to the learning and development opportunities that they needed. Learning and development is a key driver of employee retention. 87% of millennials rate “professional or career growth and development opportunities” as important to them in a job.

How to Create a Millennial-Friendly Workplace

OmegaHR Solutions

Employee development and training. Offer training that will benefit both your employees and the workplace like one-on-one coaching, first aid and CPR certification , and other career development training.

What do the NFL and your new hire experience have in common?

Ceridian

New hires sent to the wrong building or assigned to the wrong training class. This issue is magnified with millennials, who are already the largest generation in the workforce and by 2025 will make up 75% of all North American employees. The Offseason – Where True Development Happens.

6 Talent Management Trends for 2018

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

There’s a new paradigm for how we learn and develop professionally in the workplace. Many organization’s L&D and talent development functions are still leveraging traditional, compliance and course catalog learning strategies. Developing Millennials Leaders.

A Look Inside the Future Finance Function, Part 2

Workday

In part two of this blog series , we explore the current readiness of finance teams for the future, what skillsets will be important, and how finance leaders can find and develop the talent they will need. In “The DNA of the CFO 2016” study, 22 percent of CFOs cited “meeting the need for new skills by transforming how finance talent is recruited, retained, and developed” as their number one strategic priority for the finance function of the future.