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"Millennials Incorporated," written by Lisa Orrell, seeks to explain what makes Gen Y tick in the professional workforce-find out what it takes to effectively recruit, manage, motivate and retain them as employees.
Born in 1982, the Millennial Generation (aka: Generation Y) is no longer made-up of just kids and teens. The eldest are now graduating college and entering the professional workforce en masse. Competition is fierce to recruit them, so this means you need to know how to effectively recruit, manage and retain them. Most GenX and Boomer bosses have no clue who these young adults really are or what makes them tick, so they find this book to be extremely valuable.
"Millennials Incorporated," written by Lisa Orrell, seeks to explain what makes Gen Y tick in the professional workforce – find out what it takes to effectively recruit, manage, motivate and retain them as employees.
This book was recently named a finalist in ForeWord Magazine's 2009 Book of the Year competition. Lisa is also an in-demand speaker about engaging with Millennials and improving generation relations at work. She has appeared on ABC, MSNBC, and NPR, and her commentary has been featured in numerous national and international media.
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