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According to the Washington Post, 10,000 employees are leaving the workforce every day as Baby Boomers retire. Knowledge in the workplace drives success, so losing employees is expensive. To prosper, companies must develop long-term strategies to attract, hire, develop and retain new talent. Effective communication is essential to create successful talent management strategies.
 
For most employees, their managers are the most direct and frequent sources of communication. However, given the characteristics and preferences of each generation, you cannot rely on one form of communication to resonate with all. For example, Millennials prefer email, while Gen Zers prefer in-person meetings.

Here are three tips to help develop your talent management communications.
When investing in communication efforts to attract and retain the best people, take the time to evaluate the generations in your workplace. Communicating to reach all generations will improve your company’s bottom line. Ask us how.

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