According to a survey conducted by Deloitte on about 8000 millennials across 30 countries, about 31% of the Millennials stayed back in their organization for 5+ years in the year 2017 with a desire for certainty.
The good news is, while most organizations increasingly consider hiring old timers, employees also consider rejoining. The benefits are experienced by both the sides. Roping in previous employees is smoother than incurring costs in recruiting a new employee.
A survey conducted on employees from over five hundred plus organizations discovered that the number one reason for employees to go the extra mile at work was when they experienced camaraderie and peer motivation.
The function of an organization that can drive an enthusiastic learning culture is Learning & Development. They are the ones who can ensure that learners get an opportunity to assimilate and practice new skill by stretching their attention spans yet feel engaged in the process.
The good news is that our brain has an innate ability to rewire itself by altering neural pathways. With certain modifications in our behaviors and habits, we could add-on our close distant focus to farsighted focus on things.