Employers who do not take the time to properly communicate with Millennial employees will risk losing them to a more enticing opportunity. (Photo by Thinkstock.)
Once dubbed the “me me me” generation by TIME Magazine, Millennials have been labeled as everything from lazy, entitled and narcissistic to brilliant, optimistic and entrepreneurial. This tech-savvy super generation of 80 million people born between 1980 and 2000 is invading the workforce and earning a new label for themselves: job-hoppers. So are Milliennials the job-hopping, personal fulfillment-seeking technology wizards they have been made out to be? If so, ...
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