Strategies for Recruiting Millennial and Gen Z Candidates

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Strategies for Recruiting Millennial and Gen Z Candidates

Millennials and, to a lesser extent, the oncoming Gen Z graduates want to have stability and careers with progression, and companies that can offer them what they want can recruit awesome candidates from within those age groups. The key is in knowing what they want and how to give it to them, within your existing business framework. The strategies in this white paper are a mixture of things to do, things to avoid, and ways you can capture the interest of both generations.