Innovative leadership development professionals who adapt quickly will turn their organizations into millennial talent magnets.
Although nearly half of those in the nation's workforce are women, just 27 percent of those working in manufacturing are, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By Karen Higginbottom
Attracting and retaining the best of this generation is critical to the future of any business, remarked Seb O’Connell, executive vice president and managing director for Europe at Cielo. “While the Millennial population in the workforce is increasing rapidly, many baby boomers have already reached, or are fast approaching, retirement age. The flight of baby boomers, and consequent loss of skills and experience built up over many years, could leave a significant skills gap.”