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How to attract and engage the best and brightest employees

Get the answers in this free book; It’s all about people.

“Finally a guide to working with todays generation and actually
written by themselves, the millennials”.

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What Millennials Want from Work: How to Maximize Engagement in Today’s Workforce

Why Companies Are Losing Billions in Turnover to This Generation- and What to Do About It

Three Facts to help you Understand how Happy Employees lead to Happy Customers (and what You can Do)

Master the perfect Formula to raise Productivity and the Bottom line

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The story behind the book

A Global Student Competition provided an opportunity for young leaders to share their thoughts, knowledge, and ideas about employee engagement. The challenge focused especially on how they thought the relationship between businesses and the people in them is going to change in the coming years. Many of the contributors are from top business schools around the world. We chose the seven best and their contributions were amazing and insightful, and we’re proud to offer them in this book. Readers for this book include human resource managers and CEOs, and anyone with staff responsibility. We know they’re very interested in understanding the next generation of employees. By reading the book, business professionals will get to know what they need to do to attract and keep their future employees.

“Leadership is not about being in charge.
Leadership is about taking care of those in your charge.”