For years, tens of millions of millennials have been playing musical chairs with employers, drifting from one company to the next, and the next, to the beat.
In 2018, the music is beginning to stop. My generation, the notoriously fickle, fleeting nomads, are finally beginning to buy rings and houses. With those comes a desire for stable employment; retention rates will rise as millennials decide who to give their working 30s and 40s to.
In the 2020s, thousands of companies will get left behind, lacking millennial talent to promote and pass the baton to. The winningest companies will act today.
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