Not too long ago, I wrote a blog post on creating a value proposition specific for millennials. It’s a topic that dominates many HR conversations today. Many a HR gurus, scholars, grad student, think tanks have written about millennials and their impact on the workforce, and so it’s not too hard to find soundbites such as:
In the HR world, it’s not new to hear the term “Millennial” and how many organizations today are rethinking their workforce practices to attract them — individuals born after 1980 and who have come of age since the year 2000.
Many people have asked why all of this intense focus on Millennials? What makes them so special over Baby Boomers and Generation X? Quite simply, this group already makes up the largest generation in the US, and by year 2020, millennials will comprise nearly 50% of the workforce.