5 Ways to Reach Millennial Candidates Who Want to Contribute Their Best

by Emily Ceskavich 

When interviewing a millennial, it’s tough to gauge exactly who you have in front of you.

Are you sitting at the table with someone who feels entitled to rewards, but will lose the willingness to work for them at the first sign of a road bump? Or have you uncovered a diamond in the rough whose beliefs translate into a strong work ethic and professional drive toward ambitious goals?

Before you open the door to your interview room, wouldn’t it be nice if you could split the crowd at the point of their application?

Your job ads are an ideal opportunity to do this by speaking to candidates’ values in a way that they can connect with their circumstances. To attract millennials who want to do their best, you need to speak to the personal motivations that fuel their professional interest.

Read the five ways here!

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