echnology-obsessed. Social-media crazed. Entitled. Unfocused. By now you’ve likely read a dozen editorials about Millennials and their effect on the American workplace. And by now you probably have several coworkers in their twenties and have been able to separate fact from fiction. (You also probably got them to help you figure out Twitter).
According to this study from the University of North Carolina, Millennials will make up 46 percent of the workforce by 2020. The influx of Millennials in the workforce has already posed a bit of a challenge for many companies, as it can be difficult to integrate this younger generation into the workplace. Considering Millennials’ needs and desires while balancing Baby Boomer expectations and practices is no easy feat. But, your company is making it work. Your company’s corporate culture has adapted to accommodate the new multi-generational workforce. You’ve managed to satisfy both the twenty-somethings and those in their forties and fifties. You can sit back and take a break from corporate restructuring for a while, right? Not quite.
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