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How Millennials Can Improve Everyone’s Job Satisfaction

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Quack.

It’s 9am, do you know where your millennial employees are? No? No worries. It’s all good. They’re not factory chickens.

People who study characteristics of different generations have some incredibly important things to say about how different groups work. Organizations, however, are typically run by older people with their own generation-influenced work norms. Those that adapt to include younger generations more effectively will be more successful. And, no surprise, it seems that co-ops are structures that fit the work styles of millennials. Let’s explore the future of work, for organizations that figure it out in time!

 

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