Why it is Important for Businesses to Hire Menterns.
They Have the Experience
They Know What Business Needs
Menterns have already gone through the phase where they want to try new adventures professionally. While younger workers might want to do sales one week, the next week they might want to be a graphic designer or give culinary school a shot. This can lead to a lot of turnover for businesses hiring these individuals, which is both costly and tiresome.
When a Business hires a Mentern, they'll likely gain more consistency. At this point, these individuals know what they're looking for in a position and they know what kind of company they'd like to be part of. When you hire someone from this generation, you don't have to worry as much about them leaving in six months for a new opportunity they just have to try out.
Menterns Can Work With Different Personality Types
They Are Confident
Menterns Are Well Connected
They Can Mentor Younger Employees
Menterns Offer Businesses a New Prospective
Why Menterns Should be Considered by the Business Community
A perfect example of this concept was brilliantly demonstrated in the movie called the Intern. In the movie a retired 70-year-old widower called Ben Whitaker (played by Robert De Niro), is bored with retired life. He applies to be a senior intern at an online fashion retailer and gets the position.
The founder of the company is a tireless Millennial, who is a driven, demanding, dynamic workaholic. Ben is made her intern, but this is a nominal role - she doesn't intend to give him work, and it is just window dressing.
However, Ben proves to be quite useful and, more than that, a source of support and wisdom.
BEN IS OFFERED THE POSITION OF CEO