Millennials have developed quite the reputation in their limited time in the workforce. They are labeled, unfairly, as job hoppers. As overly needy of attention. As uniquely difficult to manage.
But, according to a survey conducted by Great Place to Work (GPTW), these early-career employees have more in common with their older colleagues than one would think. The results suggest that managing across generations needn’t be overly challenging so long as a foundation of trust is in place.