Hilton's SVP HR: 3 ways to rethink Millennial recruitment

Hilton's SVP HR: 3 ways to rethink Millennial recruitment

Millennials are an integral part of today’s workforce – and their importance is set to grow.

According to a study by Deloitte, they will account for 75% of workers by 2025. So, how can organisations appeal to this growing demographic?

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Comments (1)

  • Rayanah
    Rayanah
    Thu, 29 Jun 2017 1:05am BST
    “Millennials have distinct expectations of the workplace and how to get there. The traditional recruitment processes simply won’t cut it anymore.”

    Nail on the head. I really agree with this. This generation of employees really need extra incentives and motivation to drive success. Not that they are lazy but simply because they realise their energy can not be put to pause and they really need some passion to put them on track, once they have that with periodical assessment and more desire they are on their way.

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