To improve communication with millennial workers, organizations have to do a better job of understanding their motivation.
When it comes to skilled-care staffing, the future outlook is bleak. If it's possible, the situation for nurses might be even worse. But at least a partial solution could be in the offing from a surprising source.
I rinse out my used plastic bags. Maybe not all the time, but often ... I do love our Mother Earth, but that wasn't driving my behavior.
Millennials were raised to be confident individuals. This confidence can be off-putting to their more seasoned coworkers.
The youngest generation of employees entering the long-term care workforce will affect professional attitudes and policies profoundly. And that's not entirely a bad thing. Just don't take your eye off your non-millennial employees' well-being as well.
The stars in the workforce-strategy universe must have aligned on Thursday, because a new government report about millennials dropped around the same time that we kicked off a webcast on hiring and retaining millennial workers.