Let’s face it: millennials have a bad reputation in the workforce. Often labeled as entitled, impatient, and always multitasking, millennials are seeking a “work-life” balance (often with most of the emphasis on life!). But as our workforce continues to age, millennials are here to stay. And employers with a wellness program are now tasked with designing a program that meets the unique needs of a multigenerational workforce.
A 20-something worker just out of college has different priorities and health risks than someone who has been in the workforce for several decades, and most wellness programs don’t have extra room in their budgets to offer programs that appeal to each generation. So, how do you do it?
Here are some of the ways that we can reach all generations with our wellness programming:
- Play to your strengths – Each generation comes with unique talents and strengths – take advantage of that! ...