Millennials are attracted to companies that embrace social responsibility, and time off for volunteering is a benefit that can help recruit engaged, ambitious and committed employees.

The impact of the millennial population is being felt in the workplace, reshaping many operational areas, including employee benefits. This year, the millennial generation is expected to become the largest living adult generation, overtaking baby boomers. This generational shift is reflected in the demographics of the U.S. workplace, where more than one in three employees (35 percent) are millennials, making them the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.

As a result of this shift, companies are finding they need to adapt their employee benefits to attract top millennial talent and to meet the needs of this growing workplace demographic.

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