older individuals in terms of how long they plan to remain with a
move from job to job as soon as the desire strikes? Do you think
employers have a right to ask about “job surfing” plans when the
views of Millenials, how might you combat his preconceptions?
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6:321 KE Ethical Dilemma: Millennial Job Hopping Those who have been in the workforce for many years often more recent entrants into the workforce. In their mindset, leaving an employer is not something to do lightly since employers in- vest money and effort into employees. Many see job hopping as a breach of an ethical un- derstanding between employer and employ- ee. Is it? lament the job hopping of Lifelong commitment to one employer is a thing of the past. The Bureau of Labor Sta- tistics reports that today, only 28 percent of women and 30 percent of men remain with their employer for 10 or more years, com- pared to 50 percent for both men and women in 1973. Compensation research Previous Next