“This is the first job I’ve had (and it will be my last) that I’ve felt a great sense of autonomy with wonderful guidance whenever I feel I need it. That makes me want to work harder and represent myself and our team the best that I can. Managers doors are always open and if I feel like I need to ask questions they give me great open ended answers and multiple ideas of what my next step could be.”
“The other unique thing about this company is how happy everyone is with their job. It makes for such a nice place to come into every day. I often tell my husband, how cool is it that I can wake up in a bad mood, and leave work feeling better! That’s so different than what most people call ‘work’. I’ve only been here 3 months, but I truly think of Riverside as my home away from home,” explains one millennial worker.
Says another millennial, “I feel the Riverside Methodist Hospital (part of the OhioHealth organization of hospitals) does a great job of creating a sense of family among its employees. There does not seem to exist a hierarchy among its workers. It is clear that everybody’s goal is to provide the best possible care for our patients as if they were our own family members, and that takes working as a team to be successful. It is not unheard of to see our hospital CEO walking through the halls and talking to patients. I love to see that!”
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Millennials in the Organization
|# of Millennials||6,240|
|Millennials as % of total workforce||33%|