Much has been made recently about millennials in the workplace, and with good reason: they are now the largest demographic in the workforce, and more than half are considering leaving their current position within three years, according to a 2015 study conducted by Elance.
These statistics can be alarming to business leaders attempting to build a committed and engaged employee base.
As a result, many companies are scrambling to implement targeted strategies that will attract and retain the generation’s top talent. The focus has been in the development of benefits and programs that speak directly to the oft-discussed ideals of millennials with regards to community involvement and positive social impact.
However, engineering an organization’s culture to attract a specific demographic is a dangerous game that could result in an unstable foundation. Instead, the culture must be driven by what the firm values, and must be rooted in its vision and business purpose. Read more on Globe & Mail
How would you define your company’s culture? A 4Cs Employee Survey from Insightlink can help you.