Here’s a staggering fact: Millennials (Gen Y) make up the largest generation in the current workforce. This has impacted the way organizations run their workspaces in a way that skews towards technology, collaboration, and flexibility.
This being said, companies need to change the way they conduct relocation practices. According to an article in SHRM, the majority of HR managers report that millennials are the hardest generation to relocate as they don’t see relocation as a priority and have different requirements and goals in mind.
As relocation is crucial in retaining top talent and company culture in a new area, we’ll take a look at some of the best practices you can conduct in order to relocate your younger, vibrant employees.
Give Them More Autonomy.
A stark contrast between millennials and the generations before them is their preference towards being in control. They want their employers to cooperate with them … Read the rest