Millennials have an ‘inflated sense of entitlement’, ‘loath conflict’ and require a different kind of management than older generations, according to a top recruitment boss.
Gary Ashworth, a recruitment specialist with over 40 years experience, believes Generation Y ‘excel’ in the workplace due to their ‘pleasant’ and ‘kind’ personality traits.
However he says Millennials – a term commonly referring to those born between the years 1981 and 1996 – have an ‘inability’ to deal with conflict.
Mr Ashworth, who is currently Chairman of three specialist recruitment businesses, InterQuest Group, Albany Beck, and Positive Healthcare, and who is also an experienced business coach and mentor, said: ‘Millennials are a pleasure to work with. They have enviable pleasant, kind, personality traits, which help them excel in the workplace.
‘They do, however, require a different kind of management than the generations that came before them.’
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