embers of the youngest generation in the
workforce don’t seem to play by the rules.
When a boss says, “Jump,” they don’t ask, “How
high?” Instead, they ask, “Why?”
Most millennials, those born between 1981
and 1997, are interested in more than just
taking orders and earning paychecks and promotions. According to
the 2015 Deloitte Millennial Survey, 60 percent of global respondents
cited “a sense of purpose” as part of the reason they chose to work
for their current employer. And they want organizations to place more
emphasis on employee well-being, growth and development.
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