Relocation is a Key Factor in Making Millennial Employees Happy

Millennials' Rising Expectations Millennial workers, defined as those born after 1980, are graduating from college and ready to take on the world – literally. According to a Pew Research study, millennials are expected to comprise 37 percent of the workforce in the U.S., which will grow as Boomers retire. Because they have grown up with digital media, the world of the millennials is wider than

Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium wrap-up

Last week, members of our CapRelo team attended the Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium in Boston, MA. Throughout the event, we tweeted pictures, observations and tidbits of information learned during the sessions we attended. Attending the opening session following breakfast in a jail. #WERCGWS pic.twitter.com/2NSFouUaee — CapRelo (@caprelo) October 8, 2015   Welcome message from Peggy

What You Need to Know About Relocating Millennials

Millennials—those born between 1980 and 2000—are far more interested in relocating for their careers than Generation X and Baby Boomer workers. In fact, Mary Lorenz, in her The Hiring Site article “Five Things You Might Not Know About Millennial Candidates,” cites a CareerBuilder and Inavero survey that showed that 83 percent of Millennials are willing to relocate for the right job that provides