Recruit and retain with tech
Millennials became the largest generation in the U.S. workforce in 2018, and this has changed the way employers use technology in the workplace as they try to attract and retain high-quality talent.
The need is there—only 40 percent of Generations X, Y and Z believe employers have adequate digital competencies, according to a study by Randstad Sourceright.
The study’s researchers suggested that companies “focused on creating a simplified experience for front-end customers” often neglect to do so for their own workforce. This can have a negative impact on recruitment, retention and productivity.
But implementing workforce technology, including training tech, collaboration tools, benefits tech and more, can help organizations improve these areas by creating a streamlined work experience for all generations.
Here are three of the tech tools Millennials expect in the workforce: