Millennials poised for major life changes expect help from employers
MetLife’s 2021 Open Enrollment Study found that millennials were more likely than others to say the pandemic has had a significant impact on their major life plans. Yet, as millennial employees prepare for new life stages, more than half also said they’re anxious about the state of their personal finances, compared with 45% of employees overall.
Millennial managers sacrifice their well-being for employees
The Squeezed Middle study conducted by MetLife found that 52% of employees with supportive millennial managers said they are healthy across physical, financial, social and mental health pillars. But although millennial managers foster strong employee performance, they’re sacrificing their own well-being—they now feel more overwhelmed, burnt out and stressed while working compared to December 2020.