How millennials fit into today's workplace

Brad Karsh
This photo taken Aug. 6, 2013 shows Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions speaking to a group of generation X'ers at the Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co. in Chicago. There's a new urgency to the quest for workplace harmony, as baby boomers delay retirement and work side-by-side with people young enough to be their children -- or grandchildren.
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As part of our fall work series, we discuss how to manage millennials in the workplace.

Rosabeth Kanter from the Harvard Business School and communications strategist Samantha Massaglia join The Daily Circuit to offer their advice for maximizing the working potential of millennials.

Last week: How women work together

Learn more about working with millennials:

Study Reveals Surprising Facts About Millennials In The Workplace (Forbes)

5 Ways Boomers Can Play Nice With Millennials At Work (Next Avenue)

Millennials in the Work Place Want to Give Back, so Let Them! (Huffington Post)

Do Your Millennial Employees Have a Future?(Forbes)

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