Expect changes in your workplace as Baby Boomers make way for Millennials and Generation Z makes its debut. Plus, have you encountered “boomerang employees” yet? Odds are that if you haven’t yet, you will. See The Corporate Culture And Boomerang Employee Study, which reports that:
There’s a new type of candidate circling the hiring pool: the boomerang employee. Today, in the first study released in the Employee Engagement Series commissioned by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and WorkplaceTrends.com, survey data shows a changing mindset about hiring boomerang employees – i.e. someone who left an organization, for whatever reason, and then rejoined that same organization at a future date.
In the national survey of more than 1,800 human resources (HR) professionals, people managers, and employees, responses show that employee engagement should not end once the working relationship is over – especially between high-performing alumni and organizations with a strong corporate culture. However, this era of the boomerang employee creates a unique type of competition for job seekers and new challenges for organizations to maintain relationships with former high-performers.
For these and other workplace trends in technology, work-life balance and more, check out in this infographic from Brighton School of Business & Management blog.