Millennials in the workforce have been juxtaposed as brilliant, innovative, lazy and entitled all in the same sentence. In a recent Forbes article, it weighs the pros and cons of this generation that brands target the most. Millennials set trends are social media whizzes.
Millennials thrive on entrepreneurship and are intrigued by start-up culture. Each day they’re becoming business leaders and CEOs of their own companies. On the converse, millennials hate menial tasks and need praise and credit from their employers when it’s due. They won’t settle for less and expect their employers to pay them well and treat them as indispensable assets. They’re stubborn, selfish and crave a sense of authority.
What are your thoughts on this generation–are millennials really as bad or as a great that they’re cracked up to be? Bottom line it–you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them.