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Whether it’s because they truly imagine a different future of business, or they just haven’t figured out how corporations work yet, a solid majority of American millennials say they won’t work for a company that lacks strong environmental or social commitments. 

So says a new survey of 1,020 U.S. adults employed at large companies. The poll, conducted by Toluna, was commissioned by Cone Communications, a Boston-based P.R. firm, and aimed toward understanding what employers can do to drive employee engagement.

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