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Ways to keep millennial workforce motivated

Lazy. Entitled. Fickle. Tech savvy. - are some of the ways in which employers describe the millennial workforce. Much has been said about how this generation is different in attitude and beliefs from the ones who came before them. While it is easy to stereotype and bash their work ethic, it is a challenge to manage them, a challenge that more than one employer seems to be struggling with. Now, this means that the employers need to find ways to keep them motivated all the time. In India where attrition rate is higher than ever, employers need to encourage an inclusive culture. This will not only go a long way in strengthening the image of the company, but also ensure that the millennials don't just work because they have to - but because they enjoy their work and feel appreciated.

Lazy. Entitled. Fickle. Tech savvy. - are some of the ways in which employers describe the millennial workforce. Much has been said about how this generation is different in attitude and beliefs from the ones who came before them. While it is easy to stereotype and bash their work ethic, it is a challenge to manage them, a challenge that more than one employer seems to be struggling with. Now, this means that the employers need to find ways to keep them motivated all the time. In India where attrition rate is higher than ever, employers need to encourage an inclusive culture. This will not only go a long way in strengthening the image of the company, but also ensure that the millennials don't just work because they have to - but because they enjoy their work and feel appreciated.

Source: The Economic Times

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