The landscape of how employers and employees should interact with one another to fuel higher retention rates has greatly shifted now that millennials comprise a large percentage of the workforce. A new report from Deloitte found that the two most important factors to the millennial workforce is a good work/life balance and opportunities to progress and be leaders.
This probably doesn’t come as a shocking surprise, considering millennials are ambitious and are advancing further in their careers in shorter amounts of time. However, what may not be quite as obvious, are what they’re expecting from their managers or higher ups to do to help them reach those goals. Here’s how millennials want organizations to reinvent how they lead and manage.