3 years ago
The millennial workforce (those born after the mid-1980s) want to work for businesses that promote development, they want to feel that they are making a positive contribution to society.
The majority of them want to prove that the image of today’s 20 year olds as being a generation of self-centred individuals who can’t take direction is grossly incorrect. They are a hugely talented generation who are essential to any business who wants to succeed in the future alongside other millennial businesses.
Cummins Mellor actively promote the recruitment and development of the millennial generation, and we lead by example. Many of our key team members are from this generation and work alongside our other team members, gaining experience but also helping to drive current technologies and methods through the business.
Below are some of our tips on attracting and retaining this young talent;
At Cummins Mellor we have proved that all generations work well together. Our business is growing rapidly, and everyone is enthusiastic to “move with the times” together.
June 8, 2018
Thursday 7th June 2018 Cummins Mellor, delivered their bespoke employability packages to staff from the Blackburn branch of HMRC whom are sadly set to be made redundant this year.Read full story
December 8, 2017
We placed 10th out of 70 companies who were eligible to be ranked in the Gold Employer of the Year (2 – 49 employees) category at the annual Investors in People awards!Read full story
November 21, 2017
Michelle Mellor answers the question she's frequently asked since Cummins Mellor relocated..."Why Blackburn?"Read full story
November 3, 2017
Over 50 businesses from across Lancashire including; Graham & Brown, Pierce Accountants, Napthens and Bowker Blackburn, battled it out at the Mercure Dunkenhalgh hotel to be crowned ‘Quiz Quest Champions 2017’.Read full story