A Florida EMS agency is not likely to achieve its desired retention goal by offering medics a $35,000 bonus for working for 5 years
Nov 17, 2015
By Ginger Locke
Sunstar Paramedics recently promised to give a $35,000 bonus to medics who stay for five years.
This year millennials, workers born between 1980 and 2000, became the largest cohort in the U.S. workforce [1, 3]. Workforce experts offer a clear message regarding the attraction and retention of millennials; money still talks to millennials, but it’s more of a whisper.
To motivate millennials many employers are rapidly switching away from cash bonuses and toward the intangibles millennials crave. In addition to earning a living wage, here are the top three things millennials are seeking in a career:
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