This is Ask a Millennial, where we ask a focus group of under-30 publishing employees one simple — yet revealing — question.
It’s Advertising Week, so we rounded up a few millennials and asked them what they wish their agencies would do for them. Their answers ranged from better pay to mandatory breaks during the day. One, Lucy Santilli from Droga5, asked for a trip to Miami, but not, she insists, to hang out on the beach — she said a destination trip would be a better way to do training than holing them up in dull conference rooms. Who says work has to be dull? Watch to find out what other things millennial agency staffers want from their employers.
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