Misunderstood Millennial Talent
Joan snyder kuhl and jennifer zepherin
Corporate recruiters and employers tend to perceive Millennials as a major flight risk, not worth investing in because they’ll be out the door in a year or two. Yet our data reveals this stereotype to be grossly misapplied. While Millennials with a financial safety net are far more likely than those who lack it to be a flight risk, they comprise a mere nine percent of this talent cohort. In Misunderstood Millennial Talent, we bust other myths about employees between the ages of 21 and 34 to stress the imperative to talent specialists of investing in this next generation of leaders.
A Vireo Book, Rare Bird Books
Paperback, August 2, 2016: 978-1-942600-99-2
US$ 14.95 | Business & Economics
Joan Snyder Kuhl is a fellow at the Center for Talent Innovation and founder of Why Millennials Matter. She is the author of two books and hosts the Passion2Action podcast. She serves on Cosmopolitan Magazine's Millennial Advisory Board and at The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute. As the career expert for Barnes & Noble College, Kuhl develops content for the 5.2 million students they serve. She earned her BS/BA from the University of Pittsburgh and MBA from Rutgers University.
Jennifer Zephirin is senior vice president of strategic outreach at the Center for Talent Innovation. Prior to joining CTI, Zephirin was a diversity and inclusion manager for for Morgan Stanley where she specialized in the retention of high-potential talent with a focus on women in both wealth management and institution securities. Previously, she held positions as a compensation and recruiting associate for NERA Economic Consulting and FactSet Research. Zephirin received a BA in economics from Fairfield University.