Week of June 12, 2015
It’s the future of work fact that everyone is buzzing about: in 10 years, Millennials will make up over 75% of the workforce. What changes can we expect in the workplace over the next ten years, as the scales tip?
We published some new research this week about millennial work styles and mobile device habits, and what implications there are for will have on businesses. This is a highly mobile, highly connected, tech-savvy generation, with a collaborative work mindset and a desire to lead. As they become the overwhelming majority in business and take more and more leadership positions, the changes will be major – especially as far as productivity apps, mobile devices, and IT systems are concerned.
Check out our full eBook below, as well as additional articles about preparing for this shift – including some specific implications for IT departments, and how companies should prepare for the Apple Watch wearing employees.
Preparing for the Millennial Workplace Invasion
This eBook combines original research with commentary from leaders about this fascinating generation. We evaluate trends in Millennial mobile habits, career aspirations, and workplacebehavior to help determine what to expect as the generational scales begin to tip.
The Top 10 Ways the Millennial Shift is Transforming IT Departments
The millennial shift is affecting all departments of any business, including IT. This new infographic details how IT departments are preparing for this shift – and if not, how they should be.
Get Ready for Apple Watch Wearing Employees
Our research shows that 65% of millennials plan to buy a smartphone in the next 3 years. As they take over the majority of the workforce, is your company prepared for the implications of this new device?
5 Apps for Work Travel
As business travel becomes more common for employees at all levels, it’s important for people to stay connected and be productive on the road. Check out 5 mobile apps recommended by Business Insider to stay organized for work travel.