October 17, 2017
Company Culture 05 May 2017
Millennials: A Generation Motivated by Company Culture
Gisel Malek
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After interviewing nearly 200 students, we found that millennials are most motivated by company culture. Over thirty-three percent will research the company before they apply for any given position, while seventeen percent will apply immediately. This demonstrates that they want to work for companies that will value them as individuals and also allow them to grow personally as well as professionally.  

Every company has a certain set of values, procedures and even a personality that makes it unique. All of these things collectively contribute to the company’s DNA. Whether it’s regular occurrences in routine, organizational power, contemporary wall decor, or a long lasting history, every company has a story to tell. Millennials want to understand that story, feel a part of that organization and bring value to the team that they are on.

Learn more about how you can better attract the forward thinking millennial candidate and register for a demo today!