Why Your Best Millennial Employees Might Quit | Inc.com
If you’re looking to attract top millennial talent this year, listen up. That one update you’ve been dropping to the bottom of your priority list might be causing top candidates to pass you up for your competitors — and could drive existing young employees out the door.We’re talking about updating your workplace technology.Today’s most sought-after organizations also happen to be among the “smartest” — equipped with technology that provides better communication, offer flexibility and encourage collaboration.
And if you’re still unsure whether this really matters to the millennials in your company, the answer is it’s highly likely. According to the 2016 Future Workforce Study by Dell and Intel, 42 percent of American millennials say they’d likely quit a job if workplace technology didn’t meet their standards. That’s nearly four times as many as baby boomers.