While having groupings such as “Millennials” and “Baby Boomers” can be useful in the workplace, businesses are at risk of relying on them too heavily and thus alienating swathes of workers based on assumptions, argues Brett Hill.
Tags: Multi-generational workforce
Millennials may rightly stand their ground, so what can employers do?
With almost 800,000 newly qualified graduates and postgraduates having entered the UK workforce this summer the question of their employment looms large. Last year 20,000 graduates were unemployed six months after leaving university and a third took jobs in “non-professional” roles that didn’t require degrees.