Attracting millennials

Flexible, collaborative and meaningful workspaces add to the appeal
By Naomi Titleman
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 07/06/2016

Not that long ago, businesses sought millennials to “inject new life” or “bring fresh thinking” into their organizations. But as these workers grow older and become more experienced, those reasons are starting to feel outdated. The truth is millennials are now the largest generation in the Canadian workforce and attracting them is essential for all companies looking to stay competitive. 

So the question then becomes: How do you build an office culture that millennials want to be a part of? Basically, it comes down to offering flexibility, fostering collaboration, offering meaningful work and prioritizing wellness. 

Developing a flexible work culture