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As the biggest generation of the workforce, millennials and their characteristics are the main target of many reports and statistics. Employers and HR departments hope that this research will include the fitting elements to resolve the mystery of what their millennial employees need. However, lots of these studies are based on incorrect assumptions about millennials and their work habits.
Yes, as Gallup Notes, “Millennials are very concerned about their development, in search of work and, naturally, of their current roles.” But that is not all millennials are excited by. Here are the three most typical mistakes organizations make when managing and developing their Millennial Employees, and what they will do as an alternative.