Creating a Culture of Accessibility: Building a Better Workplace for Millennials

Millennials have made it clear they want employers to develop inclusive workplaces where everyone understands their value to the organization. It requires successfully developing a culture of accessibility.
By Sharon Ross

Millennials, people under the age of 35, will make up approximately 75 percent of the workforce by the year 2025, but their influence in the workplace is already felt. They are having a tremendous impact on everything from organizational structure and governance to work design. It is a caring and socially responsible generation that believes work should bring value to local or global communities and not just to the bottom line. Millennials are also focused on the group rather than the individual, and they want to participate on diverse and inclusive teams. Unlike the prior generations, millennials include factors like social responsibility, corporate culture, and workplace accessibility in their decision-making processes when selectin...

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