Average employee tenure has shortened in recent years for many reasons, but a big one is that millennials, now the largest sector of the workforce, are in their childbearing and child-adopting years. This doesn’t apply to everyone, but a good segment of 20- and 30-somethings are becoming parents, and they want more time with their babies.
Average employee tenure has shortened in recent years for many reasons, but a big one is that millennials, now the largest sector of the workforce, are in their childbearing and child-adopting years. This doesn’t apply to everyone, but a good segment of 20- and 30-somethings are becoming parents, and they want more time with their babies. THE NEW YORK TIMES File photo
Average employee tenure has shortened in recent years for many reasons, but a big one is that millennials, now the largest sector of the workforce, are in their childbearing and child-adopting years. This doesn’t apply to everyone, but a good segment of 20- and 30-somethings are becoming parents, and they want more time with their babies. THE NEW YORK TIMES File photo

More baby time helps recruit and retain employees

April 19, 2016 01:20 PM