Engage your future leaders or watch them go

By Annie Cree Employers need to better understand what motivates their younger employees or risk a critical shortage of managers in the future. Research by global people management business Penna with One Poll, conducted among 1,000 senior managers, and 1,000 Gen Y employees aged 18-34, showed nearly a quarter (24%) of employers believe one of the most important ambitions for this generation is to have experienced lots of jobs and sectors, and a fifth (20%) think they’re motivated by wanting to be a manager and lead their own team. The employee research, though, showed that...

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