Much has been made of the differences between millennials and previous generations of workers. The world has changed, society has changed and people have changed. Millennials want different things, so it is important to consider how businesses can do things differently so that they can attract the very best millennial talent to their organisations.
The general consensus is that HR and, particularly, managing a workforce will become more challenging as Generation Z take up their position in the workplace. Organisations need to be prepared for this new breed of workers and having the right HR structure in place will be an extremely important part of this.
Whether you categorise them as 'Millennials', 'The Millennial Generation' or 'Generation Y', one thing is sure: recruiters need to be at the top of their game if they are to attract the very best millennial talent to their organisations.
As the economy continues to grow there is a fair amount of positivity within the private sector in the UK. After five years of decline, in 2015, UK workers are beginning to see a rise in real wages as pay growth finally outstrips inflation. And 2015 looks set to be the year of another recovery too - as more permanent, rather than temporary, jobs being created.