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Managing Millennials: Eleven Tips for Managing Millennialsby Susan M. Heathfield[About Human Resources: Vol. 8 No. 111 - ISSN: 1533-3698 September 16, 2007] The millennials joining your workforce now are employees born between 1980 and 2000, or 1981 and 1999, depending on the author. Unlike the Gen-Xers and the Boomers, the Millennials have developed work characteristics and tendencies from doting parents, structured lives, and contact with diverse people. Millennials are used to working in teams and want to make friends with people at work. Millennials work well with diverse coworkers.Millennials have a "can-do" attitude about tasks at work and look for feedback about how they are doing frequently - even daily. Millennials want a variety of tasks and expect that they will accomplish every one of them. Positive and confident, millennials are ready to take on the world.They seek leadership, and even structure, from their older and managerial coworkers, but expect that you will