The Millennial Question-
What does it take to engage and retain Australian professionals aged 23-38?
For the first time in history Australia’s workforce comprises of five generations. Generation Y, also known as the millennials, will take over as the biggest working population since the baby boomers. Millennials are tech-savvy, socially conscious and are the most tertiary qualified generation yet. They are also an enigmatic and highly stereotyped generation- one that has provoked plenty of discussion worldwide.
This is why International Consultants Centre (ICC) has conducted Australia-wide research into the motivations, expectations and preferences of Australian professionals born between 1981 and 1996. Our research is unique as it focuses on the Australian professional workplace, providing organisations with data and insight that is directly applicable to engaging and retaining millennials in Australia.
But we want to do more than just provide data. We want to offer young, Australian professionals the opportunity to be heard and understood. And for employers to act on it.
The findings and recommendations presented in the report are for HR professionals, for managers, for millennials themselves and anyone wanting insight into Generation Y in the workplace. For employers – large, small, public or private – the challenge is being able to capitalise on the strengths of a large, diverse and highly educated portion of the population. And we’re here to help you do just that!
The results of the study will challenge your thinking and encourage a new outlook on the millennial generation. You’ll uncover practical, data-driven recommendations, which will enable organisations and teams to sufficiently challenge, engage and satisfy millennials in their workplace. Which is great news for you and your organisation!
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