What ‘The Big Lebowski’ can teach us about employing millennials
A conversation I had recently with my just-turned 30-year-old son prompted today’s writing. He is a millennial, and has all the traits that I hear so many business owners complain about. He has changed jobs four times in the six years since he left college. He wants more responsibility than he should probably expect. He expects to be asked for his ideas and that they will be listened to. He wants to have a sense of purpose from his work, and — probably most irritating of all — he is not afraid. If he isn’t getting what he wants from his employment circumstance he moves on, confident that he will land on his feet.
(Definitely worth the read despite the headline)