ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- EurekaFacts recently released a new report that provides clearer evidence of millennials' attitudes and opinions about work-related issues. "Millennial Work Engagement: An Unmet Desire" indicates that millennials are indeed passionate about their work, and often seek out employment with a meaningful purpose. However, they do not feel they are getting the support they need to advance in their careers from their Gen X and Baby Boomer employers.
Four possible scenarios are presented to explain the results:
The authors also propose potential solutions for each scenario, several of which could be filled by professional associations. These include identifying overlapping needs between maturing millennials and the organization, allowing millennials to prove themselves and gain trust, training, and aiding millennials in crafting career development plans.
The report was initiated to establish normative data after reviewing literature with many conflicting views of millennials in the workplace. It is one of many reports EurekaFacts has conducted to help organizations understand emerging trends in their marketplace.
The full report can be accessed at: https://www.eurekafacts.com/millennial
Based in Rockville, MD, EurekaFacts is a full-service market research and analysis firm that provides information and insight that helps identify and maximize opportunity for better impact. Established in 2003, the company has an established Institutional Review Board, and is certified to the international standard for market, public opinion and social research ISO 20252. Additional information is available at www.eurekafacts.com.
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