One staple of the millennial generation is that they want feedback, but it might be time to consider a different approach to the traditional mentor and mentee relationship. Just as millennials can learn from long-term employees, your business can learn just as much from them.
Piccolo says, "Management can equally benefit from this pairing when they use millennial employees to better understand how the business can strengthen its presence in the social media and digital space."
Some refer to this concept as reverse mentoring, which means a millennial is matched with a more senior worker, and shows them how to effectively utilize technology to leverage the company's brand.
As Forbes puts it, "Whether it's learning how to use a new operating system or navigating social media, reverse mentoring is a great way to use existing company resources to bolster tech savviness in senior colleagues."