As the talent landscape continues its challenges, interesting benefit discussions are arising with today's coveted millennials that should cause HR leaders and mobility managers to pause.

Much has been written and said about the generational differences of the new workforce. Forward-thinking talent acquisition professionals are addressing the new desires for debt relief and other quality of life benefits, like dog insurance to help attract talent.   

A colleague of mine, Chris Pardo, recently posted a great example of this here. It discusses how millennials' buying habits, such as buying a home, are being shaped by things like pet ownership. 

This is interesting food for thought as strategic HR leaders recalibrate what the talent market desires and requires to be competitive in the near-future.