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Attracting & Retaining Millennials
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Millennials, those born between 1980 and 2000, are projected to make up 50 percent of the workforce by 2020 and 75 percent by 2025. As more baby boomers retire, millennials are no longer the workers of the future; instead, they are the leaders of today. Holding on to millennial talent can be a challenge for many organizations, though.

Who are millennials?  Millennials are the largest generation in U.S. history. They are highly educated, tech-savvy, hard-working and altruistic. Millennials entered the job market in the aftermath of the recession, and, as a result, had fewer job opportunities and accepted lower starting salaries, leaving them with less money than previous generations.

A lot has been said about millennials, but one thing that most studies can agree on is that millennials are more likely to job hop than their older co-workers. According to a study from Multiple Generations at Work, 91 percent of millennials will stay at a job for less than three years, a pace that equates to 15-20 jobs over the course of their careers.  Read 
Water... Are you getting enough?
Brought to you by Nan Maley, RN
Director of Corporate Wellness, Sullivan Benefits
There are many health benefits from drinking water including weight loss and reduced fluid retention, but above all, the body simply cannot function without it.  But how much water do you actually need to drink each day?  

Though uncommon, it is possible to drink too much water!  If you are concerned about your fluid intake, check with your doctor or a registered dietician to help determine the amount of water that is best for you.

The truth is, your water needs depend on many factors, including your health, how active you are and where you live.  No single formula fits everyone, so understanding your body's individual needs is essential in helping to determine how much water you should be drinking each day to maintain optimal health and stay hydrated. Read 
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