The purpose of this research is to examine millennials’ work-related values, preferences, and expectations and to understand the impact for administrators in long-term care (LTC) facilities. Supervisors at LTC facilities must understand millennials’ work behavior, and strive to meet their needs, so as to effectively recruit, train, and retain these millennial employees. Allowing for management understanding of millennials work-related values, preferences, and expectations and how these support or detract from employment within LTC settings may pinpoint how facilities may retain these workers. This study will also provide information about work satisfaction of millennial employees and how employers can improve to enhance the working environment. The structured analysis of the literature may help with providing understanding and direction to effectively recruit, train, manage, and retain millennials.
Jeffrey A. Buchanan
Date of Degree
Master of Science (MS)
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Derynck, C. K. (2018). Work-Related Values, Preferences, and Expectations of Millennials: Implications for Long-Term Care Administrators [Master’s alternative plan paper, Minnesota State University, Mankato]. Cornerstone: A Collection of Scholarly and Creative Works for Minnesota State University, Mankato. https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/etds/801/
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