This is a long article and what follows is a very short precis.
It suggests that to recruit and, more importantly, retain young managers, companies must focus not just on salary and benefits, but also on cultural factors and a clear value proposition that speaks to the needs and expectations of this new generation of leaders. (MBAs write like that.)
Companies need to remember that satisfaction among this group can mean something different in China than in Western businesses, and best practices are different as a result.
The study was developed by Katzenbach Partners, a management consulting firm focused on helping large organizations achieve breakthroughs in organizational performance.