…how to retain millennials…

Article by Ryan Jenkins: How to Retain Millennials with Better Work-Life Harmony

I found Jenkins’ article a bit curious and made me wonder if, generally speaking, we are overwriting about millennials trying to categorise, classify and analyze them and consequently treating them as UFO.

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Who would not like to be treated and managed as in the 18 points of the article? I am not a millennial but I would appreciate a company that is really, and not just in the official PRs, supporting the work-life balance (I need time to use Harmony instead of Balance) of the employees (hope this word is still used). 

I guess those rules should be applied to all employees, regardless age and gender.

One curiosity: in point #9, Encourage efficiency, it is mentioned that “after working long hours, 27 percent of employees feel depressed, 34 percent feel anxious, and 58 percent feel irritable”. 119% of the statistical sample looks not happy of working long hours. Did I misinterpret or overthinking about millennials is the new workaholism?

In any case I am curious to read Jenkins’ book, maybe I am just missing something.

#millennials #inc.com #RyanJenkins 

 

Mc