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.


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.

Despite a positive outlook on retirement readiness, some employees are saying they regret the weekend brunches and lunchtime spa trips.

An IRS decision allowing an unnamed company to offer a student loan repayment benefit as an element of its 401(k) plan could help clear the way for other employers to offer similar benefits.

Advertising on the photo sharing platform can influence buying decisions, but you must partner with the right people and define your audience. Consider these insights.

Emoticons at the office are not all harmless fun. Avoid these pitfalls to prevent mixed messages—or something much more damaging.

Video communication is paramount to any kind of millennial engagement effort your company can perform. The written word is not dead, but video should enhance and supplement your written internal communications.

In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore five training tips for getting your employees up to speed with the Internet of Things (IoT). Today we’ll look at a few more tips.

According to U.S. Census data, the average size of medical debt fell nearly 40 percent from patients age 27 to 64 in 2016.

A permalancer is a freelancer whose position has turned into a full-time one but without benefits typical for full-time employees. This happens when a freelancer works with just one employer that provides them with significant amounts of work. Governmental agencies and private companies are often offering permalancing positions to their independent contractors.

It doesn’t take a psychic to see that at least one tide has turned in the employment market—recruiters are having to deal with recruits and even employees, newly hired or not, “ghosting” them.

Many people work multiple hourly, part-time jobs but still can’t afford their full-time bills. While these employees are hardworking, they often struggle financially because of unstable hours and low hourly wages. This group of people falls into the category of the underemployed. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 8% of all American workers, hourly and otherwise, are currently underemployed.

According to the 2018 Millennial Benefit Trends Report, the millennial participants were asked to rank the benefit categories from most to least important. Number one on the list is “Health Insurance,” which 63.64% rated as “Extremely Important”.

Strategic influence continues to remain strong for HR leaders, according to a new Paychex study. A vast majority say they are focused on culture to drive results, and they believe technology is boosting the employee experience. Here’s the latest thinking.

Vacation days, time off, and generally an intuitive, positive, supportive work environment attract the best job candidates. In all industries trying to improve their millennial engagement, corporate culture is the backbone of company’s efforts. Nothing improves and builds a positive corporate culture like a fair, easy-to-use time-off system.

As baby boomers thank years of soaring markets, millennials and Gen Z are held back by student debt, stagnant wages.

Wall Street's reputation for demanding long hours of employees, particularly young ones, does not sit well with today's young professionals.

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