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‘Millennials are a unique generation from the workforce management standpoint. The book provides an in-depth understanding into management aspects of the millennial workforce. A must-read for all in the corporate world’.
The book How to Recruit, Incentivize and Retain Millennials by Professor Dheeraj Sharma provides excellent approaches to manage and leverage millennial workforce for superior performance outcomes. This highly informative book provides exemplary guidelines on attracting, developing and retaining the most valuable assets, thereby paving the path for organizational growth. Unarguably, it will serve as a knowledge pool for the society as a whole.
Professor Dheeraj Sharma’s original research on the best experiences of the work environment with respect to recruiting and managing millennials is indeed laudable. Undoubtedly, the book will help bridge future generation gaps and provide a transformatory edge to both the ‘millennials’ and the organizations they work for.
This book would prove to be a boon for understanding millennials and what makes them so different in their approach to lifestyles—personal and particularly in the work ethos. Understanding them has never been easy and this book aims to address some of those issues.
A book every HR professional should read and try to apply while dealing with the next generation. Well explained, well written and correctly linked to current and future challenges.
A very informative read on a very pertinent topic. While millennials as a consumer group have been studied and written about ad nauseam, this is the first time millennials as employees have been studied by a renowned academician and researcher! A must-read for the managers of today!
“The language is simple and the book is packed with information that can be easily and immediately applied… [It] is a sound and research-based book filled with a lot of practical advice.”