- NY Credits : 3.0
- TX Credits : 3.0
Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce, which means accounting offices need to recruit, engage, and retain this generation to succeed. This course looks at the unique attributes of Millennials and how businesses can leverage those preferences to their advantage. Topics include the Millennial point of view, Millennials at work, finding Millennial job candidates, what Millennials look for in an employer, ways to keep Millennials engaged, and how businesses can improve their physical office space to be more appealing to this generation.
This course has been updated to address how the importance of Millennials has changed as they have aged and become the largest generation in the workforce and in the United States. While no longer the new kids on the block, their importance to employers has only grown. The section on other generations in the workforce has been expanded to include information about the upcoming Generation Z. Additional material was added about the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on hiring and retention.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the user should be able to:
recognize the common characteristics of the Millennial generation, as well as the strengths they bring to and the challenges they face in the workplace;
identify the best ways to find Millennial job candidates and what they look for in a potential employer; and
determine methods for keeping Millennial employees engaged and the different types of workspaces that appeal to them.