6 Surprising Factors That Affect Millennial Work-Life Balance

April 16, 2019

There are tons of misconceptions about millennials and their approach to work. Red Clover consultant and Founder of 9Sail, a NJ-based SEM firm, Joe Giovannoli contributed to Inc.com, providing his thoughts about the misconceptions and the truth about working with millennials.

“We’re driving progress and innovation because that’s all we know. And though you may perceive that we don’t want to know you because our noses are in our phones, you’re wrong. We’re busy staying connected and solving challenges through technology, but we’re eager to build relationships, and we welcome new perspectives―as long as you remain open to new ideas and work styles.”

Want to read more? Check out the rest of Joe’s thoughts here.

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