The Millennial generation – those born roughly between 1980 and the late-1990s – is 80 million strong, outnumbering even the Baby Boomers. And they’re taking over the workforce. For the most part, Millennial employees have been working side-by-side with the other generations for a while now and have shown that they can be a valuable asset to their companies. However, as many business leaders from older generations will tell you, managing the Millennials is a whole new ballgame.
From flexible scheduling to multi-tasking to tech-savvy strategies, Millennial employees are a much different generation than those that came before them, which means they also may require a different approach to managing them. So, we want to know: