Millennials leading Millennials and making a difference
In the The Deloitte Global Millennial Survey 2020 we see that in 2016 76% of millennials saw business, in general, as a force for good.
In December 2019, this number went down as 51% of millennials saw business, in general, as a force for good
In May 2020, as the COVID-19 health pandemic spread around the world, only 41% of Millennials agreed that business was having a positive impact on wider society.
If I were to stop there with the results shared on the 2020 Deloitte Global Millennial survey this would be such a gloomy picture.
However, as the survey shared, at the individual employer’ level, reputations fared better: Millennials (ages 24-39) gave their employers high marks for their pandemic responses and, for the first time in four years, more Millennials said they want to stay with their employers for five or more years rather than leave within 2 years This is unprecedented since the question was first asked in 2016.
Millennials also said that companies are doing more to align with their interests, including
· and supporting career development through training and mentorship
· creating diverse and inclusive work environments
· making a positive impact on local communities.
Listen to 2 millennial leaders as they share the systems and process that are working for them as they seek to build a reputation and a culture that moves them forward in working with their peers.
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