With the near year come new resolutions. For many people, among those at the top of the list is getting a new job.
For human resources leaders, the resolutions may be to get more creative to find new talent, and to retain and grow the existing talent. This challenge is even greater when you are attracting a new generation of workforce.
By 2015, millennials will make up 36% of the American workforce. They are more mobile than previous generations; they want greater choice on how and where they work. They feel comfortable with technology and they’re used to being connected and collaborating all the time.
Video conferencing is one of the best technologies HR can use right away to attract, retain, and develop millennial employees. Once seen as a nice-to-have, video conferencing for business use has come a long way. It’s no longer just a big, expensive system in a large conference room where you need IT’s help to get it to work, nor is it relegating to consumer-grade video chat, bypassing IT. For businesses that use the right video conferencing solution as part of their overall communication tools, they see an immediate business impact.
Here are six top benefits we see from our customers: