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Anecdotal evidence suggests that there's been a definite shift in the workplace and workplace attitudes with young workers.
Generation Y (people aged 19 to 30) have grew up in the age of the Internet attention span and reality television star. As a result, many Gen Y-ers have a different expectation of what work means and what a workplace should be like.
Employers are now forced to deal with a host of new issues that their predecessors did not face. Here are five workplace policies you may want to consider if you have young workers:
Workplaces are only getting younger and employers have to adapt to working with young workers. Keep these policies in mind as you deal with the evolving workforce.
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