Access Perks Offers eBook to Help Employers Engage Millennials

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“What Millennials Want (In the Workplace)” Addresses Common Myths - and Confirms Some Stereotypes - About the Unique Culture of those Born in the 1980s and 90s

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To this point, Millennials have shown a willingness to work hard and a desire to advance in their careers - both are which are traits organizations can utilize.

Earlier this year, Millennials, or those born in the 1980s and 90s, became the largest generation in the American workplace. Tech-savvy and well-informed, this generation has sparked changes across every business, from compensation to technology policies and beyond.

To help employers maximize the potential of their Millennial employees, Access Perks, an employee discount program from Access Development, has introduced “What Millennials Want (In the Workplace),” a free eBook.

“What Millennials Want (In the Workplace)” is built around eight traits that are common to Millennials, such as their desire for cool corporate perks and a hunger to climb the corporate ladder without necessarily paying their dues. Some of these traits defy accepted stereotypes, while others confirm them. In every case, the book offers suggestions for how employers can leverage each trait to the overall benefit of the company as well as the individual.

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As the book outlines, studies have shown a close correlation between employee engagement and customer loyalty. Readers of the book will have a clear understanding of how to effectively motivate and retain their Millennial employees, with the ultimate goal of benefitting customers.

“Most of what people consider to be negatives about Millennials are really just unique characteristics that workplaces haven’t seen before,” says Dave Bona, vice president of partnership marketing at Access Development. “To this point, Millennials have shown a willingness to work hard and a desire to advance in their careers - both are which are traits organizations can utilize. This eBook offers clear ideas on how to harness those traits to the betterment of the company and customers.”

While Access Development has served employer groups for over 30 years, Access Perks was launched in early 2015 to provide a high-value, low-cost employee benefit for small- and medium-sized business. At a cost of about a candy bar per employee, per month, the service features deep discounts at over 350,000 restaurants, retailers, entertainment venues, hotels and more.

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About Access Development
For 30 years, Access Development has helped organizations connect with their customers and build revenue, engagement and loyalty through custom incentives, employee benefits and discount programs. The company’s private discount network of over 350,000 merchant locations is America’s largest, providing discounts of up to 50% on everyday items to millions of end users. Access also offers the nation’s largest mobile commerce platform, featuring over 175,000 merchants offering exclusive “show your phone” mobile coupons. For more information on Access, please visit or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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