3 Ways CIOs Can Adapt to the Millennial Workforce

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Three CIOs offer examples of how they are accommodating younger workers.

Hiring and managing millennials is a fact of life for IT executives today. We talk to three CIOs about the strategies they are employing with younger workers.

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Paul Brady, VP & CIO, Arbella Insurance Group: Two years ago, the IT organization worked with HR to create an entry-level hiring program that helped us proactively plan for future retirements and introduce new energy and ideas. Through partnerships with local colleges and a strong co-op program, we've made significant progress. By mid-2014, about 15 percent of our staff will be hired right out of college.

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