Millennial Engagement Articles

Engaging millennials is more important now than ever for businesses and Human Resources departments. Generation Y is changing the face of work in many industries and businesses large and small need to adapt to their needs or risk losing out on burgeoning talent.


Stereotypes about millennials abound. Read the popular press or reports of employee surveys and you will come away with the view that millennials differ substantially from their older counterparts—and even previous generations of younger workers—in what they value and expect from work.

Successful organizations view their multigenerational workforce not as a bane, but as a blessing. It is imperative, not just for individual organizations but for the entire working world, to embrace the benefits of an age-diverse workforce.

Despite underinvestment, L&D is more important than ever.

In 1977, Dr. Bill Hettler co-founded the National Wellness Institute, Inc. (NWI), and shared his “Six Dimensions of Wellness Model” with the masses.

More companies than ever before are trying to find the best talent they can before that talent even goes to college. It’s an effort to get a leg up in an increasingly competitive recruitment and retention battlefield for many industries.

Every employee values workplace perks but does its importance outweigh being paid more?

To inspire constant improvement, a Pittsburgh children’s hospital urged its employees to act like they ‘own the zone.’ Then it made sure to act on their ideas.

Generation Z doesn’t remember a time without cellphones or Google because they weren’t born yet.

These writers, editors and communicators got us started in our careers. Let’s raise a toast to them on this national celebration of gratitude.

The icon of Marvel Comics and the co-creator of popular characters such as Iron Man, Spider-Man and Daredevil has died at age 95. Here’s what writers can derive from his legacy.

Why is branding and content important? If you think of your ‘brand’ as your reputation, your ‘brand’ as an employer should be positive. A positive brand means a positive reputation, and your employee communications tactics will work better, and you’ll get better job candidates.

Welcome back to Talk Nerdy To Me, 15Five’s academic blog series where we get nerdy, talk to the world’s best thinkers, and break down the latest academic research that you can apply to your workplace.

Employee personas, or fictional characters that represent your target audience, can help you create engaging communication. How does it work? Meet Becky, Lincoln and Amal and see how their needs help shape a communication strategy.

Some corporate employees satisfy creative aspirations with side gigs; a computer nerd who raps

Beware! Brainstorm vampires. Spirit-spoiling werewolves. Home-haunting honchos. They’re all creeping from the corporate graveyard as Halloween looms, so grab your torches and pitchforks.

The race for better Millennial engagement and overall employee communications has made this question commonplace: When applying for a new position, do you tend to look over the company’s website and social media pages to view their work and corporate culture?

Ruling lets student-debt-ridden employees of unnamed sponsor make loan payments, get employer 401(k) match.

By designing experiences tailored to the learning style and goals of Generation Z, learning leaders can deliver personalized, relevant and continuous learning experiences to this generation.

E-SPORTS, once viewed as a quirky niche pastime, has grown into a multi-billion dollar business, and Singtel is serious about carving out a slice of that growing pie.

Maybe it’s a little bit of both but Adweek exclaims that 92% of businesses use social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for recruiting new employees. So, maybe social media can be used for work and not just play.

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