Feb 11, 2017
“Sheltered.” “Entitled.” “Self-absorbed.” These are oft-repeated descriptors for millennials. Yet, so are “open-minded,” “independent,” and “optimistic.”
Of course, not all of these epithets apply to everyone born in the two decades leading up to the year 2000—as they’ll be the first to tell you. (They don’t like being put into little boxes, and who does?) Still, managers have bemoaned that millennials are difficult to manage and hard to motivate, and struggle to figure out how to handle them.
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