Managing millennials? Be a partner not a leader5 min read . Updated: 02 Sep 2021, 11:33 AM IST
As a boss to a young team, you have to be trustworthy, respect work-life balance and clearly communicate your expectations
NEW DELHI :
Srijan Sharma, 23, a brand strategist at Mettl, a talent assessment company recently acquired by Mercer, believes bosses are the reason why millennials get boxed into stereotypes like job-hoppers or self-entitled employees. If only bosses were to display “common sense", things would be on a different level. “We don’t want to be treated like a commodity. Companies are going to ask us for our best; they should be willing to give us something, too. I would say the three things that most of us look for in a boss is constant feedback, involvement within and outside the workplace, and a commitment to mentor us so that our career can grow."