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The Dawning of a New Workforce 4imprint.com When “Generation Y” comes knocking s The camera fades itn on a young, 20-sotmething woman fiddlitng with her iPod™, t camera and begins tto lip sync the wordts of the music pumpting through herto the headphones and out tof your speakers. t “Flagpole Sitta’,” ctreating a spectacle tthat leaves you gluetd to the monitor. No, you’re not watchting the hottest trendting video on YouTube that was Connected Ventures’ 2009 recruittment video. The company was htiring and, asbased Generation Y employtees are its target mtarket, what better waty to peak their dub” bandwagon with tthe rest of the yountg online video worldt.ng on the “lip What Connected 1entures understandst is that Generation tY is unique. media and marketingt tactics than those tpreceding it. It ist a generation that thrives on excittement, making a ditfference and being ta part of something bigger. And, most importantlty, Generation Y’s infiltration into tthe world’s workplace is happening now, not a few years dtown the road. Rathert than run for covert or use of employees, it’s time to face theirt presence head on tand foster a mutuallty beneficial relationsthip. What makes Generation Y different? between the years 1980 and 1995 – although, that range is certainly up for debate in many circles. Thtis generation has bteen dubbed everythitng from “entitled” to “self-serving,” tbut recent studies htave painted quite at different – and, more t greater depth later, but here’s a snapshot to get teveryone on the samte page:n • They are tasks- andt results-driven, thrtiving to be evaluatetd by performance versust other attributes. 1<http://sparxoo.com/2p009/03/31/gen-y-inp-the-workplace/>.iven Leaders, 31 Mapr. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved • They reciprocate lotyalty with employers.t s • A healthy work-life tbalance is 2ne of ttheir most important tlife values. • Meaningful work takets greater precedencte than earnings. A deeper understandting of Generation Yt can also be gleanetd by weighing them t against other, more familiar genterations in the worktplace. Results from ta recent Yahoo! Hot Jobs survety found that, when ctompared to older getnerations, Millenniatls are:• 15 percent more liktely to have frequentt job changes. • 10 percent more foctused on family lifet. • 9 percent more eductated. motivating and conntecting with Generatiton Y requires an etvolved skill set. You may have to change the t“normal” way you’d tapproach employee rtelations, but it will t definitely pay off in the long run ftor your team and thte organization as at whole. Contemporary values harnessing their futll potential and makitng the most of theirt employment. Gone are the days wthen talented individtuals put in 12-hour tworkdays for little pay, simply because thtey needed to supportt their families or tfelt a deep obligation to ttheir employers. Although Millennials tare willing to give t110 percent toward thteir careers, there has to be somte sort of payback –t and, not necessaritly a monetary one. Generation Y vtalues work that is rtewarding to the soult. They’re looking to make a dtifference in their catreers and wish to stee what difference they’re makting on a daily basits. In general, Generattion Y maintains a htigher social conscitence than generatiotns preceding it. This trelates to their seatrch for work that fetels rewarding – to tthemselves and to the bigger pictutre around them. Miltlennials have a deetp connection to soctial beyond normal work texpectations to satitsfy the greater gootd.ing to go above-atnd- A healthy work-life tbalance is another timportant value to Gteneration Y. They expect to put their all intot their job and, in treturn, be given thte freedom to maintatin a healthy personal lifte while out of the otffice. They are comtmitted to their careters and 22009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. <phttp://www.brazencareerist.copm/2009/11/03/finally-pthe-facts-about-genp-y-at-work>.4 Nov. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved reciprocate loyalty twith employers as lotng as they feel thest are personally valuted as an individual with uniqtue needs beyond thatt of their employmentt duties. In general, Generattion Y marks the foltlowing as important twhen selecting the pterfectployers. organization to workt for: • Consistent, constructtive feedback from tmanagement, coworketrs and even – in some cases – tC-suite (or similart) executives. Relatetd, they look for rewards more later!)tfor a job well donet. (We’ll touch on feedbatck and • A genuine bond witht their coworkers antd bosses – one thatt makes them feel comfortable enough tto approach them witth any given issue tor opinion. • Valuing their work antd contributions to etqual measure of thet organization’s more senior employetes. • business practices.tt a strong moral bactkbone and ethical The laws of attraction Even with the likelihtood of major organtizational shift in dtemographics, you mtight be wondering at this potint, “What’s in it for me, andt why should I put thte extra effort and resources into recrtuiting Generation Yt employees?” Millennials are worthtwhile to your organitzation for a numbert of reasons. Overatll (because we can’t speak for every Millennial!) talentetd and committed Gent Y employees are: • Passionate about thetir work. • Willing to bring a ftresh perspective antd diverse opinionst. • Loyal to their emplotyers, as long as thtey feel valued. • More educated than tprevious generationts. • Technologically savvyt. • Easily adaptable to tnew policies, procetdures and changing organizatitonal structures. To attract them to youtr open positions, itt takes a lot more ctreativity and out-oft-the-box thinking than may htave been necessaryt to recruit their oltder cohorts. Considter trying a few of these ideas the tnext time a positiont opens up that wouldt be perfect for a Mtillennial: Go tech Life without the Intetrnet is a faint, ift not nonexistent, metmory to half of Genteration Y. It is information and contnect with their peerts. What better way tot find the brightest ttalent than to go where thety congregate? © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Try taking the lead otf Connected Ventures and going stocial so recruit leatds. Rather than going through tthe usual proceduret of posting the opetn position to job btoards and online career btanks, release it usting social media chtannels only. Such channels mayt include Facebook™, tYouTube™, Twitter or LinkedIn . Release the open t have a corporate actcount, have your emtployees release it. tEither way, you’ll be sure to weted out individuals twho are not utilizintg every possible touch-point to connetct with your organiztation and honing in on thoset potential employees twho are tech-savvy tand willing to go thet extra mile. Emphasize emotions Although Generation tY thoroughly enjoyst their employer pertks (more on those tto working for your cotmpany. How will they feel rtewarded by their wortk? How will you make them feel valuetd? These emotional tbenefits can be equtally as important to t tangible benefits whten Millennials are stelecting an employert. Specifically, try answering theste questions within jtob descriptions aimted to reel in Gen Y ap•licHow will their work matke a difference – for themstelves, their team, tthe organization as a wthole and its target taudiences? • What are the emotiontal benefits they cant expect from the cotmpany’s work environment? (ti.e. team camaradertie, personal relatiotnship with bosses, free time tto foster creativity)t • employees? Here, namte exact programs antd perks already in-tplace.r its According to Elizabteth Harrin, writer fotr The Glass Hammer (tan online community designed tfor women executivets in financial servtices, law and business); Gen Ys tbelieve they have mtore choice about wotrk-life balance than previous genert3tions. So, if theyt don’t have it at your cotmpany, they • What social or nonptrofit organizationst does your companyt take a special interest in? What witll the organization tdo to support similatr interests of its employees? • How does management tensure employees fetel truly valued in their positions? Consider tying theste answers into yourt online job pitch mtaterials, too. They tmay be the extra, stand-out pietces that woo Millennitals to your organiztation over a compettitor vying for their enetrgy. 3<http://www.theglasshammer.com/news/2009/09/p02/10-tips-for-managing-gen-y/>.. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Show rather than tell s Among their many otther characteristicst, Generation Y is qtuite skeptical towardt mass to battle mass messatging aimed toward “tunderstanding” theitr generation. out of ttheir way things your organiztation has to offer Gen Y-ers, show them. the facte about all the greatt site or Facebook patge to showcase the otrganization’s unique culture antd energeticWeb environment. Ask cutrrent Gen Y employetes to regularly docutment – via Web cam or audio only – why thety love working for tyour company and whtat specific post photos online otf company events, dtay-to-day activitiest and the like – anything that gives tpotential employees ta sneak peek into wthat they can expect while happilyt employed there. Perks to fall head-over-heels for Another way to naturtally attract Millenniatls to your organizattion – and keep them around! –t is by offering plenty of petrks aimed to striket their fancy. According to Octobetr 2009 research fromt Brill Street + Co.,t an online variety of interestitng perks – some oft which are new to thte scene, while otherts are more familiar. Topping the list incltuded: Flextime, the tability to work fromt home, ample social events, generous health benefits, tuition reimbursement, employee empowermented and evidence of sotcial responsibility. more traditional in tnature. Let’s walk through a fewt of these perks in tmore detail,ting giving you the infotrmation needed to atdd them to your bentefits arsenal shouldt you deem appropriate: Flexible work schepdule, including telpecommuting options. Generation Y is alwatys on- the-go, and most Mitllennials expect theitr employer to suppotrt their desire fort variance and freedom. You don’t have to go the whotle nine yards and otffer an all-the-time t 4Web. 05 Jan. 2010. <phttp://archives.chipcagotribune.com/200p9/oct/26/business/pchi-mon-minding-perkps-1026oct26>. 20p09. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved telecommuting perk, tbut allowing even thet occasional wors-frtom-home or coffee-shop days can go far whetn recruiting top Getn Y talent. Another prediction tof Healy’s is that the idea otf working on-the-clotck or punching in will conttinue to disappear tas Gen Ys’ presencte grows in the workforce. If this vision holtds true, you want tot be prepared now tot make bet that older genertations wouldn’t mind a more flexitble, less regimentedtng to t schedule sometimes,t too. Supporting professional developmpent opportunities. As Millennials feelt they willing to support thtis need and contribtute to their growth ats a youngis professional. They tview professional dtevelopment as a bentefit to their own personal brand, carteer and the ent6re torganization. If thtere’s a way for them to grow into a more tsuccessful employeet for you, they’ll tatke it. Competitive salary apnd benefits. Although Generationt Y may often be morte about intrinsic reward thatn traditional meritst, they still expect tto receive a salary tand benefits expectancies will vatry. However, you should preparte to pay professiontal positions no lesst than $30,000 per yeart – with health beneftits or matching inctluded – to qualifiedt Gen Y employees. organization, regartdless of age or pastt experience in comtparison to other emtployees, they your will not stand to be tunderpaid or givent less benefits. within the last five tyears – have taken tto blocking social stites on all in-office computers. We understand that, dtepending on your itndustry, this may be a nectessary precaution tto maintain high levelst of privacy standartds. However, if these sites hatve been blocked fort productivity purpostes only, this may be a detterrent to qualified tapplicants in applyitng. Generation Y are cotnnectors at heart antd are used to blurrting the lines betweetn personal and professional litfe. They will thrivet the most in their ptositions when they’rte allowed to foster relationshipst within boundaries tof your trust. Plus,t social media channtels are a 5<http://www.employeeevolution.cpom/archives/2009/02p/26/10-more-ways-gepneration-y-will-chanpge-the-workplace/>. Feb. 6<http://www.theglasshammer.com/news/2009/09/p02/10-tips-for-managing-gen-y/>.. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved great means to showctase employee ambasstadorship and orsantically spread the gotod word about your orgtanization’s happenings to thet public! Casual dress code. Now, we understand thatt this may not be ant option in some organizations. Howevter, if you can swing tit – try it! Having at semi-lax dress codte says to their appearance. Tthen, when there aret times that professitonal dress will be rtequired, Auby recommends to tfocus on the benefitts of dressing proftessionally: “Let thetm know dressing better will thelp defeat ‘slackert’ misconceptions, btuild credibility witht execs, and help their career otver the long haul—estpecially in a weak etconomy,” she advises. Increased vacation or fplex time. Generation Y is a gteneration of traveletrs and thrill- seekers, consistenttly looking for the ntext way they can achtieve excitement andt make a showing your committment to them by helpting them achieve thteir goals in life –t even ifu’re it doesn’t necessarily relatet to their position wtith you. well. By providing atdditional vacation ttime than the norm, tthey view as you as an employer twho is willing to go tthe distance taperstter happiness in and otut of the office. If additionalt vacation time is schedule for them, tallow it to ebb and ftlow according to thetir needs. If they can’t work a Friday, let them make up ftor it with extra houtrs in the preceding datys or working on Sutnday instead. Genertation Y values flexitbility, and such a perk most detfinitely speaks to tthat need. With the right perkst in tow and a killert recruitment strategty in place, you’ll ltikely have oodles of qualtified Gen Y applicatnts at your fingertitps. But, just becautse they Specializing in Gent Y workplace habits,t Driven Leaders’ Atnthony Portuesi sayts it best: “They are obsessedt with productivity atnd have no problem tworking longer hourts as long as it fits intot their schedule.” After you’ve roped tin talented Millenniatls, you might be wontdering about the netxt step: How to think likte them and communictate successfully. 8<http://sparxoo.com/p2009/03/31/gen-y-ipn-the-workplace/>.iven Leaders, 31 Mapr. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Talk the talk s Communicating with Mtillennials is easiert than you imagine otr have heard. Thist may generations – that ptaint an inaccurate tpicture of their cotmmunication skills. tt most Banish the images itn your head of 20-stomething young adultts who are too busy ttexting communicative, opent generation yet, oftten willing to share tpieces of their pertsonal life with others that you tmay find far too prtivate. Millennials are uniqtue when it comes to tcommunication in thtat they are constantly connectedt and always communicating. Frotm tweets to texts, Facebook wall posts tto video messaging,t they’re open aboutt their lives your employees.sometthing you will find tvaluable when they btecome When communicating twith and managing Gteneration Y employetes, keep these tips in mind: Tip 1: Don’t beat around the bush. aper of constructive critticism – simply comte out and say it, rtather than attemptingt to deliver it softly or inadverttently. Passive-aggressitve behavior should tbe avoided at all cotsts (as with all other getnerations of employtees, too), as well ats telling others abotut the communication and etxpects it from theirt employers.ilt upont the value of openntess in This same tip holdst true when it comes tto their expectationts of employment. Bet very author of The Trophy Kids Grow Up:t How the Millennial Getneration is Shakingt Up the, Workplace, “They want the fretedom and flexibilityt of a virtual office, but they want t rules and responsibtilities to be spelledt out explicitly.” Tip 2: Use fun and phumor to your advanptage And, by “humor,” we don’t mean knock-knock tjokes. Generation Yt has a sense of hutmor randomness and dryt sarcasm. Just hop ton YouTube for a few minuttes, and look in thetce, t “humor” category. You may not find thetse videos hilarioust, but they speak to twhat Millennials find funtny. 9 Ibid. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Apply this knowledget to workday communitcation by mixing ins random fun that ist unrelated to work acttivities. Treat Generation Y etmployees as your frtiend, joking with them about day-tto-day happenings ats a break from the tusual workday monototny. real work at-hand. ytour efforts, and it will entergize them to keept moving through thet Tip 3: Be open to tepchnological communipcation as often as pin-person or on-thep-phone. Generation Y and yotunger are much morte accustomed to comtmunicating via e-matil work as well. Althougth you may be used tto picking up the pthone to solve a custtomertheir issue head-on, Genteration Y’s first instinct is tlikely to shoot an et-mail over. Neither is wrong per se, butt they are most defitnitely different ways of apprtoaching in-office communication that ytou need to be prepatred to adapt to. prefers certain isstues be handled – whtether that means in-tperson,ization over the phone, viat e-mail or even Twitter. This will help mititgate issues off the bat, while stiltl showing that you’rte committed to undertstanding their needs and heltping them feel comftortable communicatintg with your audiences. aper Tip 4: Be their menptor, not their boss. Although you may technically be fulfilling the stame role, Generatiotn Y looks to their workplace superiorst as sources of advtice and feedback, tmore so than sourcets of rules, procedures and reptrimanding. Most Miltlennia11 grew up contstantly receiving fetedback from attentive parentts, a need that has ttransitioned into thteir professional litves. Bruce Tulgan, head of constulting firm Rainmakter Thinking, counstels Fortune 500 companies on how tot attract, motivate antd retain young empltoyees. In regard tot mentoring them rathetr than managin12thetm, he adds, “They tneed all-day, every-day has to be maintainetd for as long as thtey’re an employee, ttoo – not just for tthe first few months while it’s fresh in your hetad. Approach all situatitons – good or bad t– as a learning opptortunity. What went well? what they deem “feedtback,” versus a lectture, your managemetnt relationship will tbe much stronger and ftruitful in the long trun. 1<http://www.theglasshammer.com/news/2009/09/p02/10-tips-for-managing-gen-y/>.t. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. 1<http://sparxoo.com/p2009/03/31/gen-y-ipn-the-workplace/>.riven Leaders, 31 Mapr. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. 1<http://money.cnn.com/2009/04/2p8/news/economy/genp.y.fortune/>.oney, 28 Apr. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved In addition to theset tips, we recommendt assessing yosr cutrrent organizationatl teammates. You may need to tweakt them to be applicabtle to a multi-generattionallennial workforce – a topict we’ll look into nextt. Depending on your torganization’s current generatiotnal makeup, the waket of Generation Y enteritng the workplace willt vary in size. Thet impact of mixed getnerations will also depend on tyour industry, as well as cross-otrganizational culturte. It’s likely no surpriste to you that combinting generations willt make for some intetresting team dynamics. Boomters view their jobst much differently than Generattion Y. Gen X-ers generations. When sto many forces are tworking against eacth other, you need to be prepared to mitigatet issues and diffuse conflict beforte it occurs. The first step is htelping all generatiotns understand the btenefits of having dtifferent ages and levels of texperience in the otffice. When generatitons work together, it makes for a uniquet learning environmetnt for all employeest to benefit from. Ntot only versa as well. Boometrs have career andt life wisdom to sharte that cannot be mattched by Millennials, wherteas Millennials havet an intense understtanding of emergingt tenured employees. tuthful optimism that tcan successfully mottivate even the mostt Whether you’re justt beginning to add Mtillennials to your otrganizational mix otr already calm by mixing a fetw of these ideas intto everyday operatitons:der keeping twaters Although it may seemt easier and less sttressful to pair liket-minded individualst together from the same genertation, your organiztation and employees will beneftit more from the can evolve an idea tfrom good to great t(and, not to mentiont, make it more relattable toes your customers who tare likely from diftferent generations)t. responsibilities to tbetter reflect all emtployee ages at the ttable. This will not only matke your job easiert in holding teammatets equally between them and othter-aged workers. thatt the playing field tis level © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Related to job descrtiptions, also take at look at how yoursortganization dictates tsalaries. Millennials will expetct to be compensatedt equally to more tentured employees if tthey the near future mostt companies will havte complete transparetncy in how much thety pay all employees – as btoth a motivator and tcomponent of an ovetrall shift to a no-stecrets corporate cLook into this isstue today, before you’re fotrced to by employeets down the road. Embrace diversity. Publicly celebrate etmployee differences. Considert holding regular (weekly, monthly, etc.) recognitiont “ceremonies” that tcelebrate what makest your organization’s employees unique tand what specific ctontributions have positively impacted tthe company. By publicly shinitng the spotlight on t regardless of genertational differences. Not to metntion, it helps evertyone recognize that age tdiversity in the wortkplace ultimately cartries benefits more t than adversity. any brooding conflitct between employeest. Such situations ctan quickly spiral otut ofe control, creating ant even larger office fiasco. If yotu seapera potentiallty debilitating situation brewing bettween employees, apptroach the issue asstertively and attempt tto get to the root of thte problem as quicklty as possible. Business Week’s Karen Auby recomtmends approaching tworkplace gossip sittuations more subtly with Genteration Y, especially if it dteals with differences in technoltogical knowledge. She advitses, “Say somethingt like, ‘True, Bob doesn’t know much about search marketing butt he’s negotiated some otf our best deals antd is pretty well resptected with technology.”yt might just need a treminder that not evteryone grew up Perhaps the employetes at-hand don’t understand each otther’s work or concentrattion woes. No matter the tproblem, by intervetning swiftly you’ll bte more likely to saltvage the coworker relationshitp and proactively wotrk toward a solutiont that all are comforttable with and can learn ftrom. to retaining Generattion Y employees. Kteeping them happy atnd motivating them ttakesp 1<http://www.employeeevolution.cpom/archives/2009/02p/26/10-more-ways-gepneration-y-will-chanpge-the-workplace/>.6 Feb. 1Jan. 2010. <http://pwww.businessweek.com/pmagazine/content/08p_34/b4097063805619p.htm>.k. 14 Aug. 2008.p Web. 05 © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved an open mind and witllingness to rethinkt many current rswartd programs and modtes of employee review. Keeping Gen Y here to stay It’s a fact: Young people change tjobs, on average, tevery 18 months. That being said, motivating them whilet they are employed tis crucial to retainting their talents antd recouping recruitmetnt costs. Retaining Millennialts starts with applyintg their values to yotur organization’s motivational techntiques. As you can tguess, this than you have in thte past.ave to try a fetw new incentives fort loyalty Here are a couple idteas inspired by Fotunder of Brazen Catreerist Penelope Trunk’s thinking like a Milltennial and, in turnt, help you connect twith them on a level tthat satisfies their emptloyment needs and kteeps them around fotr the long haul (or, at least longer than 18 monthts!): Focus on their deveplopment aper As you may have notticed throughout thits Blue Paper™, manyt of Generation Y’s values, ways to attract them,t perks they’re lookting for, and management tetchniques deal mentor you can be, tto encouraging proftessional developmentt, to treating all flutbs as learning opportunitites, Millennials are tlooking for employetrs who are willing tot help them grow into an emtployee that can perftorm even better fort the company. mentions the succests that companies likte Proctor & Gamble tand GE have had int movingrunk employees around tot various related detpartments to help thetm find their niche tmore efficiently and effectively. If feasible, try ta similar program wtithin your organizattion. Let parts of the brain.t You never know if thtat spark will lead tot the fire your comptany needs to move forward in ta new venture. We mentioned this ast an important thing tto keep in mind whetn reeling Millennialts in, but it’s important to act otn once they’re empltoyed, too. You’re already well-atware that they value many morte things than a higth-paying salary. As Trunk puts so perfecttly, “Gen 16 Ibid.http://www.businessweek.com/pmanaging/content/jupn2009/ca2009069_851p860.htm>.pst, 09 June 2009. pWeb. 05 Jan. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved Y knows money isn’t the most important tthing in life, and sthey are not going tto sell their 20s in order tto get money.” She goes on to stay that: worked longer hours pthan the baby boomeprs—and their parents pwere has rewarded with layoffs, corporate ladders ppulled out from underp them, and crashing retirementp funds. Gen Y wants pno part of that deal. pThey want to learn. You can’t retain a young empployee with money. They’ll take a lower-paying job with beptter learning opportpunities.” So instead of makintg their merits all atbout a salary incretase, keep in mind tall the other reasons why they’vet chosen to work at ytour organization (btecause, that’s how they view it – they chose to work for you, nott the other way aroutnd), and use relatetd elements to motivate them and ketep them happy. Go reward-happy Although annual revitews and similar typets of drawn-out feedtback may have beent successful with prevtious generations, tthe same does not hotld true for Generatiton Y. they’re fulfilling jtob expectations. It is not a motivattor to their excellentce and often leaves them feeling tunder-appreciated. aper Workplace rewards fotr Millennials don’t necessarily have tto be monetary thougth. of reward than what tit is. They expect tand value day-to-daty “review” of theirt workuetncy and are consistentlyt open for constructtive criticism if thtey feel it will make tfor a better finished product. and feedback stems tfrom their upbringitng: “Generation [Y]t grew upstent need tfor reward with everything fastt: Instant meals and tinstant messaging. tIt wants, and expects, fast gtrown-up rewards: Jotbs with titles, decistion-making power, control of their stchedules.” As Dorsey touches otn, “reward” to them tcan mean anything ftrom daily praise for a small tjob well-done, a chatnge in their title, tor involvement in a monthly or quatrterly incentive protgram that recognizets them for look forward to and twork toward. The morte successes they fetelthey can (small or big), the tbetter for their emptloyment length and htappiness! 1<http://www.theglasshammer.com/news/2009/09/p02/10-tips-for-managing-gen-y/>.t. 2009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. 12009. Web. 05 Jan. 2010. <phttp://www.lvbusinesspress.copm/articles/2009/12/p14/news/iq_3291852p1.txt>.Dec. © 2010 4imprint, Inc. All rights reserved with them successfultly, motivating them tot succeed or fosteritng positive relationtships Once you’ve masteretd Millennials, you’ltl be well on your wayt to reaping the bentefits commitment to makingt a difference in the worldt, you’ll be happy ytou made the effort then, there will be at whole new generatiotn knocking at your tdoor.ears from now …t by aper embroidered apparetl, promotional pens,t travel mugs, tote btags, water bottles, Ptost-it Notes, customt calendars,s, and many other promotional items. For additional intformation, log on tot www.4imprint.com.
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