Workplace Loyalty With Millennial Employees

Clint Pulver is the President and founder of The Center for Employee Retention. He is known as “The Millennial Speaker,” helping organizations that want to retain, engage, and inspire their people. 

As a result, Clint has transformed how corporations like Keller Williams, AT&T, and Hewlett Packard create lasting workplace loyalty through his work and research as “The Undercover Millennial.” 

In addition, he has been a self-motivated entrepreneur who is well versed in business start-up, sales management, management training, and growing multi-million dollar accounts. Clint understands that relationships are based on trust, service, support, connection, and consistent follow-through.

Clint is from Heber City, Utah. He is a graduate of Utah’s premiere Flight Program receiving his pilot’s license from OK3air and Utah Valley University (UVU.) Clint also received his Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Communication with high distinction from UVU’s nationally ranked Leadership Program. 

Clint was very active in college as a Presidential Leader in the Center for:

  • Advancement of Leadership
  • Orientation Director
  • UVU Ambassador
  • UVU Student Body VP

Impressively, Clint was recently featured in Business Q Magazine as one of their “Top 40 under 40” as a premiere Corporate Keynote Speaker. He has appeared on America’s Got Talent and in several different Feature Films with actors like Jack Black (School of Rock) and John Heder (Napoleon Dynamite).

A Moment In Time

Clint strongly believes that a single moment in time can change a person’s life. He has traveled the world speaking to youth and adult audiences alike, challenging them to dream, excel, connect, and believe–both in themselves and in the power of others. 

In his new book titled “I LOVE IT HERE (join the waiting list, releasing Spring of 2021) workplace retention expert Clint Pulver has captured the truth behind the real wants and needs of your employees in a way you wish you could.

Listen in as Clint pulls back the curtain to reveal the research and unscripted truth of the 10,000+ employees he has interviewed as the Undercover Millennial and the reasons behind their lasting loyalty…

Diversity in the Workplace

For sure, I’m a believer that it’s essential to bring people together. Indeed I talk a lot about ethnicity and the diversity within different races and backgrounds.

Backgrounds like different:

  • age
  • ethnicity
  • religion
  • political

You name it! I touch on all of these subjects because I believe that in diversity, not in sameness, is where the greatest blessing of humankind exists.

Today, I focus on millennials in the workplace. Yes, communication within different generations can be difficult; Especially when one generation thinks they have to bend to the other instead of collaborating and exploring the possibilities of each other’s strengths and talents.

“People are people” -Clint Pulver

What if an employer and employee could work together to create a win-win by:

  • Learning to collaborate not to control
  • Seeing potential and possibilities not limitation

First off, this can only happen when an employee says, “I love it here,” which happens to be the name of Clint’s new book being released in the Spring of 2021.

For sure, the misunderstanding that millennials are entitled can cause friction inside the workplace.  Matter of fact there is no difference in any generation, and Clint’s research has found that there are basic, core, human principles in every human being!

Look, it doesn’t matter who you are; everybody wants to be:

  1. Seen
  2. Heard
  3. Understood

Great leaders have indeed created workplace communication and loyalty with the younger generation by getting rid of the stigma and by not stereotyping.

Most importantly, these leaders don’t call Millennials, Millennials; they call them people, colleagues, and partners.

Learn this and more on increasing employee retention and loyalty with millennials by watching the short interview above!

Last but not least, I appreciate you taking the time out to be here with me on my blog today!

Take care,

Kody B.