Millennials want to be able to walk in wearing jeans, leave at 2 p.m. and finish up their work remotely. -- Adam Robinson, Hireology CEO
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Selection management platform, Hireology, recently published their findings on the changes of the interview process while interviewing candidates of the millennial generation. This information follows the release of several statistics predicting the shift many workplaces will undergo as more and more millennials begin entering the workforce.
By the end of 2014, the millennial generation is expected to make up 36% of the US workforce and by 2020, 46% of the US workforce will consist of millennials.
"We've found that millennials want to work for a company with a strong culture and flexible schedule. They're not looking for a job where they have to completely change who they are in order to succeed; they want to be able to walk in wearing jeans, leave at 2 p.m. and finish up their work remotely," explained Hireology CEO, Adam Robinson. "The interview process needs to be adapted in order to fit these evolving values and expectations, and that's exactly what we looked at in our research - how to most successfully interview millennials."
Hireology narrowed down their findings into five categories, all of which are focused on techniques for interviewing millennials. For further information, read Hireology's guide on How to Hire Salespeople.
Hireology’s award-winning Selection Management System helps companies organize their hiring process and leverage data to make better hiring decisions. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology’s web-based Selection Manager™ to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to better hiring decisions, lower turnover, and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit http://www.Hireology.com.