- Digital business publication FitSmallBusiness released a report on 15 millennial workplace trends.
- Some hot trends include sustainability programs, gender-inclusive bathrooms, and corporate retreats.
- Company “Summer Fridays,” or closing offices early at the end of the week so employees can enjoy longer weekends, saw a 9% increase between 2018 to 2019.
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Millennials have redefined what work looks like — and what workplaces should offer their employees.
FitSmallBusiness, a digital business publication, evaluated third-party data sources, including media reporting, the research firm Gartner, and the Society for Human Resource Management, to analyze which trends had grown the most among Fortune 500 companies. The company released a list of the 15 hottest trends exclusively for Business Insider.
Some hot trends include sustainability programs, gender-inclusive bathrooms, and corporate retreats.
“What once seemed to serve the average employee — including a nine-to-five schedule, open floor plans, and unlimited PTO — has been replaced by a new set of trends that lean heavily on developing technology and a generational focus on wellness,” the report states.
Here are the top 15 workplace trends millennials love in 2019: