DT Engineering restructured its culture to appeal to millennials as it builds the next generation of automation talent.
By Tim O’Connor
It seems that every day there are new reports on how millennials are destroying an established industry or upending long-practiced workplace norms. Some businesses have resisted that shift, decrying the generation as lazy, soft, lacking respect and too attached to their smartphones. But as older workers creep toward retirement, companies are finding they must appeal to millennials to replenish their ranks and talent pools.