<i>What do millennials want?</i> is a big question facing organization these days. HR managers are looking for recruitment strategies that can help achieve the optimal person&ndash;organization fit. Several organizations have already started implementing innovative practices to attract and retain millennials. They are unique in their characteristics and consumption pattern. Millennials are known to have forced several organization to adapt the workplace and work environment. Their varied ways of life are also reflected in their work settings. Millennials enter the workforce with unique needs, characteristics, expectations and personalities. These differences pave the way for new challenges that contemporary organizations encounter on a regular basis. This book demystifies the problems faced by HR managers and recruiters when hiring and working with millennials. It offers descriptive and prescriptive insights on leveraging the millennial talent.

Strategies for Incentivizing Millennials

Strategies for incentivizing millennials

The topic of employee motivation has continued to intrigue organizational scholars as well as practitioners for decades. It can be safely argued that motivation has been one of the most heavily researched topics in the organizational behaviour literature. This is evident from the fact that a simple search for the keyword ‘employee motivation’ displays nearly 1.8 million hits on Google Scholar (1). Moreover, the practitioner literature is also flooded with thousands of articles containing tips and techniques that managers may use to motivate their employees. Given the ubiquity of motivation in management literature as well as practice, we delve a little deeper into this concept before initiating a detailed discussion pertaining to motivation in the case ...

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