Jun 16, 2019 in Viewpoint

This is how you win the war for talent

The past few weeks we’ve looked into the war for millennial-talent. Our conclusion? Attracting and retaining talent has become a pretty hard job. There are so many things to consider as an employer! Think of the right technology to help the work-life balance of the easily distracted millennial, the impact they want to make on the society when doing their job and the autonomy they so desperately need. So we’ve made it a bit easier for you. In this factsheet you'll find guidelines to win the war for millennial-talent.

Esmeé van Vliet
by Esmeé van Vliet

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