A Guide to Understanding How and Why Effective Recruitment and Management of Millennials is Vital to Your Organization’s Success

First it was the Baby Boomers, then came Generation X, and now we’re in the midst of learning what a world is like as the Millennials take the reins.

Millennials, in their most technical form, are defined as young people born between 1982 and the early 2000s. Sometimes you’ll hear Millennial characterized as someone born as early as the late 70s, but that’s a more rare classification.

When we think Millennial, we most often think of those people that are either just beginning their careers now, or who are somewhere in the early stages of their careers.

Millennials have often faced negative stereotypes as they begin those careers, and despite our tendency to think this is novel, each generation has often faced friction from the one before as they’ve begun entering the workforce and social landscape