Six Non-Traditional Ways to Attract and Retain Millennials


The Staples Advantage Workplace Index found that, while millennials prioritize salary just as much as the generations that came before them, there are many other ways to attract millennial talent and retain millennial employees. View six ways millennials say companies can bring them in—and keep them happy.

Nontraditional Ways to Attract and Retain Millennials from Staples Advantage


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