Attract and Retain Millennial Employees with LMS Collaborative Learning Features


If there is any generation that understands the digital world, it is Gen Y, the millennial generation. Millennials, those born after 1981, are typically as computer literate as people can be. Because of this, among other reasons, millennials tend to be incredible assets to their employers. However, not everyone agrees.

Maybe Millennial Employees Aren’t So Bad, After All

Anyone who hasn’t been hiding under a rock for the past few years knows that millennials have a bad work reputation. This is not necessary because they aren’t good workers. It’s more probable that Gen Y’s bad rap evolved over time and has been propagated by individuals who choose to see only their negative characteristics and ignore their good qualities.

To a large extent, millennials have become labeled as self-seeking, lazy, idealistic employees. While certainly there are some millennials who fit this description (as there are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers), the majority of millennial employees do great things for their companies. Sanjeev Agrawal, former global head of product marketing at Google, agrees.

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