Millennials, often referred to as the "job-hopping generation," represent a group of young workers who once grabbed the national spotlight with their publicized demands for "fun" work perks, such as happy hours. However, researchers at the Novak Leadership Institute at the University of Missouri and Kansas State University discovered today's young workers—ages 21-34—represent a life-stage shift toward placing more value on having respectful communication in the workplace over trendy work perks.
Study: Young workers now value respect over 'fun' perks in the workplace
- 22. 7 2021 (22:54)