In 2017, the stigma of being a young lawyer and a “millennial” often go hand in hand. Being a millennial myself, I work endlessly to defy the general perception associated with my defined generational class. My former co-worker and wonderful friend Caroline LaPorte (who is also a millennial), along with my boss, Patrick A. Wright, have an optimistic perspective on managing millennials in the work place. Fostering a work environment where everyone feels a sense of self-worth is crucial for productivity in any work place. This article attributes ways to close the generational gap for millennials and non-millennials, in effort to create the most efficient and desirable work place. Enjoy!

7 ways millennials want to be managed in workplace

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