46% of Millennials who would consider returning to their former employer
Millennials are the fastest-growing generation in the U.S. workforce and quickly will make up the majority of leaders within American companies. Moreover, nearly half of millennials would consider being rehired and employers are taking notice. Increased initiatives are focusing on growing the number “Boomerang Employees” – those who leave a company and re-join at a later date. Leading organizations are quick to see the intrinsic value and ROI in hiring back former employees as they are well-versed in the corporate culture, have quicker ramp-up time, require less training, and are built-in advocates for your brand.
We believe the most powerful way to recruit alumni is by maintaining an engaged relationship after they’ve left your company. Conenza works with some of the world’s most notable brands to ensure they are providing value to former high-performing employees through a structured Alumni Network. By creating a sense of community and cultivating appreciation for alumni, a company can ensure they remain on the front of millennials minds and on the short-list for future career moves.
Source: Workplace Trends ‘The Corporate Culture And Boomerang Employee Study’