Millennials are the largest generation of employees and for the first time in history, five generations of Americans are now in the workforce. The generational differences present a unique challenge for employers, especially when it comes to values and preferred communication styles.
Organizations are beginning to customize their employee rewards programs to accommodate the values, lifestyles, work habits, and interests of a multigenerational workforce. According to a Top Five Total Rewards Priorities survey by Deloitte LLP and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist, nearly a third (32%) of HR professionals plan to alter company rewards programs with generational preferences in mind.
Ready to tailor your workplace wellbeing efforts across all generations? Download this resource to learn about:
- What matters most to each generation?
- How does this impact your workplace wellbeing efforts?
- What’s the risk?
Creating a great employee experience across all generations is imperative to recruiting and retaining top talent. When an organization demonstrates commitment to the complete wellbeing of all employees, everyone wins.