It might seem strange, but businesses can now have four generations in the workplace, sometimes as many as five working alongside one another. The millennial generation has now comfortably settled into the workforce, making up almost 40% of the current workers. If your company is a little behind on integrating these up and comers, it can be hard to figure out how you should be managing a multigenerational workforce like this. Lucky for you, this is a guide on how to deal with millennials in the workplace.
Let’s set a few things straight about the millennial generation first. They were born between 1981 and 1996, making the youngest of their generation currently 22. They’ve been the odd “in between” generation, growing up while computer technology and other inventions that took the world by storm