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Surname 1 Name Course Instructor Date Love It or Leave It, Hiring Right and Beat the Overqualified Article 1 The article title “Love It and Leave It” is a paradox that many people could struggle to justify conventionally. In normal circumstances, people do not leave what they love. Instead, many of us tend to seek more from what we find appealing. But this is not the case in many organizations and companies because despite most employees being happy and engaged, they are willing to leave if a lucrative opportunity presents itself. Many employees, even the senior ones that constitute 68% of the workforce in the US, are ready to leave for greener pastures despite their contentment with the current employers’ terms in many aspects like health, career, pay, and retirement plans. This is even more difficult considering that today’s workforce is dominantly multigenerational. Millennials and senior employees differ significantly on matters commitment. As a millennial, I am looking at more than just good pay, among other benefits. I want to feel appreciated and offered more flexibility in my endeavors. Provided I am able to deliver on what is needed for a particular job, I believe I should be accorded the necessary flexibility. While many organizations have to fine tune their HRs to see to it that flexibility is accorded to the younger employees, it has to also factor in the fact that senior employees are not inclined to flexibility. This statement is true on many fronts. What my father who is 55 years old wants is different from what I want as a 25-year-old. That is why HRs should not fall for the temptation
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Surname 2 of offering the employees one-size-fits-all rewards and incentives. In fact, some millennials even differ in their attitudes. I am in agreement that the employers should resist the temptation of offering their workers a one-size-fits-all rewards and incentives because of the worrying phenomenon of love it and leave it. Ensuring that workers are contented with the offered rewards is not easy because each of them have different expectations and strengths. The millennials seek flexibility and avenues of career development, whereas the senior employees are known to demand more security in terms of pay, health, and retirement plans. Hence, the need for more surveys to be conducted on employees to determine the kind of trade-offs that they are willing to make in regards to benefits and rewards and then point out the differences among various demographic groups. But then, are employers willing to put aside profitability to see their workers happy? I
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