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What Millennial Employees Value more than Money

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14 (REAL) Facts About Millennials from RoundPegg

When it comes to Millennials, some leaders are scratching their heads. The generation gap can cause headaches as Millennial employees (18-34 year olds) and those 35+ try to find common ground. Since the beginning of time, younger generations have been a mystery to older generations. . . and no, it’s not because of that dang rap music! To succeed, companies must understand how Millennials are wired.

It starts with uncovering what makes people tick — what values they hold. This way your can create a culture where ALL individuals thrive. The way Millennials think about work is eye opening  — just click through the slides to see for yourself, you’ll know more about Millennials than 90% of managers today!

For example, did you know that research shows that Millennials place more value on enjoying their work than any other generation — and pay comes in second in terms of importance. And that’s just the start. RoundPegg software is one way a HR, hiring manager, team leader or leadership executive can get insight into the minds of Millennials. A quick RoundPegg Assessment provides a clear picture of what makes individuals tick. By this, I mean how they like to communicate, their preferred decision-making style, and what kinds of rewards get them revved up. Armed with this knowledge, managers adjust how their teams operate to leverage what employees value most. This way companies and managers can align strategic goals with their employees.

I encourage you to take the free RoundPegg Assessment yourself. You can invite 10 others to take it too, then you can see how you all compare. The results will make for great conversation!   If you’re curious to learn more about how you can use RoundPegg Software to span gaps and get the most from every employee at your company then go to Coaching Tools and scroll down to see a Comparison report.

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