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Mic’s 28-year-old CEO Chris Altchek is a Millennial leading a mostly Millennial staff, and finds the workplace stereotypes that haunt the generation to be “over-simplifications.” But Altchek does say Millennials “…work their asses off to get these things done, and at the end of three months they may want the next project or a promotion or a raise.” To meet these expectations, Mic sets clear short-term goals, and every three months employees are given a new project with outlined objectives and rewards at completion.

Jan 11 2016

Mic’s 28-year-old CEO Chris Altchek is a Millennial leading a mostly Millennial staff, and finds the workplace stereotypes that haunt the generation to be “over-simplifications.” But Altchek does say Millennials “…work their asses off to get these things done, and at the end of three months they may want the next project or a promotion or a raise.” To meet these expectations, Mic sets clear short-term goals, and every three months employees are given a new project with outlined objectives and rewards at completion. (Digiday