Millennials don’t subscribe to “its always been done that way” so that’s how it should be done. They demand more efficient ways of completing tasks. They embrace technology and shortcuts that increase productivity and make work more efficient.
Many millennials achieve more with less time than many baby boomers that work longer hours. Millennials aren't being lazy, they are more productive and great at maximising results with fewer resources.
Baby Boomers don’t see the true story. For them, work means putting in the time at the office. For Millennials, it means checking emails on weekends, firing off messages during the morning commute, and answering emails while in the gym. Millennials never truly get a break in this digital age.
Millennials don’t ‘go to work’ they just ‘work’. Because technology is so entrenched in their home lives as well as their work lives, they don’t have such a rigorous divide between the two.
Just because Millennials aren’t physically in the office doesn’t make them lazy. They are workaholics everywhere and all the time.