Is your organization embracing millennials?

The impact of the young, tech-savvy, highly social workforce is surging. Make sure your culture offers the professional development opportunities that Gen Y craves.

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Millennials are different from any other generation, and soon they’ll make up most of the workforce.

Employers have to adapt their business operations accordingly. Their differences from other generations might pose challenges for employers, but millennials also bring new characteristics and opinions that employers can integrate into their structure and culture to breed success.

According to The 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey, employees who share their organization’s values are more likely to remain with the employer. So, how does an employer ensure it introduces values that are important to millennials? A good starting point is to look at how millennials conduct their lives outside of work and to integrate four values into your business:

1. Be transparent.

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