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  • Millennials don’t want to adhere to traditional ways of working
  • Millennials don’t want to adhere to traditional ways of working
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A very Millennial way of working

The pursuit of happiness within the workplace has always been important - and as Millennials join the workforce, they're vocalising it more than ever. So how can a company make things work for current employees and ensure they’re appealing to today's many jobseekers too?

Location North America / Northern Europe

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The pursuit of happiness within the workplace has always been important. Employees have constantly fought for equal rights, fair pay and fair hours. It’s not surprising, given that people with a typical 9-5 spend 54% of their waking hours at work. [1]

And in today’s world, it’s more apparent than ever. The ILO has forecast that global unemployment will rise to 6.1% during 2014, and will remain well above its pre-crisis rate of 5.5% for several years. In Europe, 45.2 million people were unemployed in 2013, and the rate isn’t expected to drop below 8% ...

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