Businesses face the inevitable reality that the generational makeup of employees will evolve over time. In order to recruit the right mix of personnel and talent, it's important to consider what's important to new hires as well as current staff. Unified communications technology dovetails nicely into the inherent expectations of millennial applicants.Read More
Comprising a quarter of the US population, Millennials equate to approximately 83.1 million people. It is projected that by 2025, Millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce. As the largest and most diverse generation to date, it is important to understand their motivations and predispositions in order to create desirable workplaces with proper cybersecurity to protect a business's intellectual capital and data.Read More
Millennial customers will soon be the major spending power in the US. Born approximately between 1980 and 2000, they make up the largest generation in the US. More than ever before, this generation is imprinting their moral and ethical beliefs upon the decisions they make regarding purchases, employment opportunities, and professional relationships. Millennials choose to support businesses only when those businesses share their common values. Many have seen the benefit (Toms, Warby Parker, Better World Books, etc.), while many have suffered as a result of their differing practices. Now, companies can be pro-environment or pro-people on paper, but the opposite in action. Millennials don't take long to discover the validity of a company's charitable claims.Read More
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