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Continued: Cassidy Turley space appeals to millennials

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 22, 2013 - 9:37 PM

Collaborative workspaces also save money, because less space is used, Fisher said.

Another perk is that the new space will likely help Cassidy Turley recruit and retain talent, particularly millennials, Woolsey said.

“Millennials want freedom and flexibility in the workplace,” said Dan Schawbel, author of “Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success.” “Now the older generation is following.”


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