One comment on “Get More from Millennials with Mentoring

  1. The single hardest factor to over come with these gen-y employees is they often lack the commitment of previous years employees, they (perhaps rightly) equate having a job at 22 to be as easy as wearing a pair of shoos. They don’t see themselves in the “big picture” remaining with the same employer for 30 plus years. so, in essence the money spent training them up is to the benefit of their next employer. (well, just the trend I’ve noticed) This sounds like a good solution, keep them captivated and motivated. Nice work!

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