Managing millennial employees with voluntary benefits and a portfolio approach
While millennials have been talked about ad nauseam in relation to benefits, the truth of the matter is that the younger generation does have specific traits that are important for brokers to understand.
By Amy Christofis|August 12, 2016 at 03:33 AM
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“Millennials” is a term tossed around seemingly everywhere these days with articles promising Ouija board-like intel on what makes this seemingly indecipherable generation tick.
But the truth is that all people, even millennials, are individuals — each has his or her own individual desires, needs, motivations, and concerns.
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