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Motivating millennials and post-millennials

Recent research suggests that the fact is that traditionally motivated workers may not be as applicable to younger workers.

Recent research suggests that the fact is that traditionally motivated workers may not be as applicable to younger workers. The evidence suggests that they are more individualistic. More interested in work-life balance.

More interested in extrinsic, rather than intrinsic rewards, than their older colleagues. This would mean they are more likely to be motivated by money and other material rewards, and job flexibility, rather than factors such as belonging to a group, following a vision, or doing meaningful work.

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