Gen Y’s Changing Learning From the Start

From Chief Learning Officer – “the relationship between the millennial worker and the organization may start even before contact is made. Through social awareness and the availability of information, millennials have powerful tools to evaluate affinity to their interests and how they may be fitted by a particular organization. This “unfair” advantage puts the pressure on employers to ensure that their external and internal images and processes are as effective as possible in attracting the talent they’re looking for. And if this first litmus test is passed, the organization will then need to project an environment that is highly centered on social contact for both personal and professional development, that provides straightforward “just in time, just enough and just for me” access to information, knowledge, and productivity tools, and that offers a transparent balance between work and life.”

via Gen Y’s Changing Learning From the Start.