Millennials are a hot button issue for HR departments around the world. By 2025, 75% of the workforce will be Millennial and everyone has an opinion about this new demographic—entitled, worldly, lazy, tech-savvy, over-confident, innovative?Read More >
Millennials are taking the world by storm, reshaping the workplace and changing global society, as we know it. By 2025, 75% of the workforce will be Millennials and more than any other generation before them, they expect to live and work abroad (Deloitte).Read More >
Today marks World Population Day, an annual event recognized around the world to bring awareness to the most important global issues. As a global mobility company, MOVE Guides prides itself on creating a global market that allows talent from around the world to move between borders in a more efficient manner and helps companies to expand their global mobility programs through technology. Our office also reflects the importance of this cause with a team of expats from around the world working together to make mobility easy for all.Read More >
In partnership with the Case Foundation, Achieve released the results from their annual Millennial Impact Report, the most comprehensive and reliable study on Millennials (age 20-30) and their attitudes toward various causes. Past reports have focused on identifying trends that will help organizations reach the next generation. According to their executive summary, during the first four years of reporting, the following trends emerged, showing that Millennials:
- Engage with causes to help other people, not institutions
- Support issues rather than organizations
- Prefer to perform smaller actions before fully committing to a cause
- Feel influenced by the decisions and behaviors of their peers
- Treat all their assets (time, money, network, etc.) as having equal value
- Need to experience an organization’s work without having to be on-site
By 2025, 75% of the workplace will be Millennials and this year’s report focused on applying these trends to the workplace and developing best practices for employee engagement.
According to the report, 39% of Millennials researched their company’s cause work prior to their interview and 55% were influenced to take a job after discussing cause work with potential future employers. The study found that organizations understand they must link company culture with corporate social responsibility programs to attract, retain and motivate the next generation of talent.
In order for companies to successfully work with this new demographic, they need to understand what they look for in corporate cause work (programs that companies execute to give help people and communities) and how best to engage with this socially conscious and altruistic demographic.
See below for interesting infographics and facts from their comprehensive (and fun) executive summary:Read More >
Dell recently released its Gender-GEDI index, a 30-country analysis of the conditions that foster high-potential female entrepreneurship. This year, US, Australia & newcomer Sweden were named the best places for female entrepreneurship, with the UK lagging behind several European countries, such as France and Germany.Read More >
Brynne Herbert, MOVE Guides’ CEO and founder, was recently interviewed in Management Today’s 20 Questions series. From some of her most important business decisions to what she would change if she was prime minister for the day, Management Today gets a fun behind the scenes look into what it means to be the CEO and founder of a disruptive HR tech startup. See below for a few of our favourite quotes from the interview!Read More >
Do you face endless questions from transferees and new hires about your office? Where to go, how to get there, what to bring, who to speak to? Learn how MOVE Guides can help you get one step ahead.Read More >