Over the next few years, millions of experienced baby boomers will be leaving the workforce, making way for a new generation of up-and-coming Millennials. Is your company prepared for a seamless transfer of institutional knowledge, both to stay competitive and to effectively engage the millennials?

Dr. Luis Velasquez addresses the potential challenges and various solutions companies can adopt, as well as provide a guide that covers everything from streamlining the onboarding process to implementing innovative learning tools. He also dives deep into what this generation wants and expects, and how you can provide them with the right level of engagement and excitement in the workplace to be successful.

As they say, it all starts from within. Leadership needs to ensure that they have the right HR managers in place who are in tune with the next generation of leaders. These managers need to be innovative, willing to take control, able to find tools like MentorCloud, and excited about implementing them for the better of the company.  We believe all HR managers have the best interest of their company; it is just a matter of what they do to show it.

One of the most common issues with developing a new mentorship is an unenthusiastic mentee who drops the line of communication. This can occur due to a series of reasons, but is ultimately an easy problem to fix. Read this article to find out how you can reengage young mentees!

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