Millennials in Integralia

Integralia continues with the purpose of adding talent to its organization

At present, large companies are looking for multicultural team workers. Following this corporate philosophy, Integralia continues decidedly with the commitment of including young talent in its recruiting. Talent capable to promote new, fast and innovative ideas within our processes. An engine that implies a change in the implementation of a new organizational culture, with effective and sustainable strategies. In fact, throughout 2017, Integralia staff has increased progressively by young talents, all of them Millennials profiles.

Millennials, as is known to the members of the generation born and raised in the digital era, are characterized by their proactivity and entrepreneurial skill qualities of high value for the companies. But also by their high levels of demand and information they handle thanks to the extensive use of new technologies.

From left to right. Jorge (Draughtsman), Alberto (Administrative), Andrés (Computer Engineer), Alejandro (Quality Manager), Vanesa Sanchez (Project Manager), Vanesa Cabañas (Draughtsman) y Ramón (Draughtsman)

All of this is a challenge for the departments that manage human talent, giving a twist to its organizational culture and adapting their work patterns to the new pace of work proposed in this model, understanding that, although there are large differences from one generation to another, they are absolutely complementary.

Millennials have a different perception of work, happiness and lifestyle. This vision starts to generate a “shock” inside of companies, and many of them are not ready yet. However, for natural reasons, companies need to adapt their processes to begin to nurture this young talent. It is estimated that by 2020, Millennials will represent 35% of the global workforce.

“50% of Integralia staff is formed by Millennials”