Millennials: Challenges and opportunities that come with the new workforce

While CVs and the paper-heavy recruitment practices that come with them have all but faded into obscurity, the rapid changes brought on by digital transformation make the days of lengthy employment processes feel like aeons ago. But transformation isn’t reserved only for the way people find work: incumbent processes, procedures and cultures within the workplace are also being questioned in the wake of a hyper-connected world and a new workforce with a vastly different set of expectations, skill-sets and cultures than that of their predecessors.

 

Depending on how you perceive them, these sweeping changes can hold either risk or reward for your business and in this blog, we’ll take a look at how companies can bring the next-generation employee into the fold and learn a thing or two from them about what it means to run a successful business in the digital age.

Bhumi
Founder & CEO at
Bhumika Zhaveri has expertise in business strategy, change, human resources and talent management. Her experience is built over years in various sectors via her consulting in HR, Resourcing and Transformation. Now as Founder & CEO of InteriMarket a platform for in-house teams and companies to hire, engage and retain their skilled contract talent. She is a firm believer of success through people, change and culture in the future of work!

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Bhumi
Founder & CEO at
Bhumika Zhaveri has expertise in business strategy, change, human resources and talent management. Her experience is built over years in various sectors via her consulting in HR, Resourcing and Transformation. Now as Founder & CEO of InteriMarket a platform for in-house teams and companies to hire, engage and retain their skilled contract talent. She is a firm believer of success through people, change and culture in the future of work!