ANCHOR LEAD: Millennials are a growing force in today's business landscape… and they have a whole set of concerns and ideas about work that differ from their predecessors. Brian Osuch finds out what tomorrow's leaders are looking for today. (:60)
SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm Brian Osuch. Millennials are set to make up three quarters of the workforce by 2025, and unlike previous generations, they're not looking for a conventional office experience. They're looking for careers that align with their personal beliefs and make positive impacts on the world. Founder of WorkplaceTrends.com, Dan Schawbel…
CUT: (Schawbel) Millennials want opportunity to create a legacy and to experience meaning in their work. That's why companies like Philips share their passion for improving lives and strive to make the world a better place by encouraging their employees to blend their unique passions, interests and experiences into their work.
SCRIPT: Schawbel says that's the kind of work Philips is proud of… developing products and services that make the world healthier and more sustainable.
CUT: (Schawbel) Philips' mission is to improve the lives of 3-billion people a year by 2025. A great example of this is when Philips donated thousands of Philips Sonicare toothbrushes to a community in Jamaica. Philips employees also spent 10 days volunteering in the village, educating children on the importance of oral health and how to properly brush and floss.
SCRIPT: If you're looking for a more meaningful career, visit Philips.com/na/careers. That's Newsbreak from Philips.
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