Study Finds Millennial Workers are Twice as Likely to Violate Company Policies

A recent survey conducted by the University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation is resulting in more bad press for millennials. Human Resources Executive Online reports that the survey found millennials to be more comfortable taking credit for a co-worker’s work than other generations, twice as likely to “sabotage” a teammate, and more likely to abuse sick time by taking time off when not really ill.

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