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approach to leadership, however. Dissatisfaction with the boss is the number one reason they quit. Myth: Younger Generations of Millennials Have No Work Ethic. A fulfilling a work experience fosters self-esteem and creates a pathway to self-actualization. Today's youth wants to stand out. Reality: Millennial employees have great respect for leaders and loyalty. A leading retail organization has recognized this new way of thinking with its Working Hard Card: When managers witness an employee rising to a challenge, exceeding expectations or otherwise giving 110, they can hand the employee a Working Hard Card on the spot. The myths surrounding today's young employees are not always what they seem.
Unless the three basic needs are met first, Millennials are not likely to achieve self-esteem from the job. And, you can be all that as the boss of a Millennial. With this in mind, benefit advisers must equip employers with lower-cost options that tend to their riskier, short-term mindsets. We know that financial concerns rank high for this generation. This isn't the result of a mutated maturity gene, it just. Then they consider themselves done. Be yourself underneath (within reason) and show the customer that you are on the Home Depot team with this bright orange apron. Millennials have a tendency to seek tight bonds; they want a boss who is close, caring, and aware. It is important to point out, unlike previous generations, the pursuit of wealth is not the driving force in the workplace.