Thirty-two percent of millennials will likely exit their company within the next six months, compared to 11-12 percent of older employees, according to recent research.
Not feeling fulfilled at work — a sentiment 40 percent of millennial employees have — is a factor. According to Clutch HR, which conducted the survey, Gen Y workers expect a “laundry list” of perks; may still be seeking a permanent career path and may feel stagnant in entry-level positions.
However, the company identified communication style differences as one of the biggest issues. Providing more input may help.
Seventy-two percent of millennial employees who receive accurate and consistent feedback from their managers find their job fulfilling. Just 38 percent of Gen Y workers who don’t get regular feedback feel satisfied with their job.
Find out more about how to engage millennials in Clutch HR’s report.