News in Brief: Workplace Scores High for Gen Xers, Millennials
News in Brief: Workplace Scores High for Gen Xers, Millennials
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News in Brief: Workplace Scores High for Gen Xers, Millennials
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Burns & McDonnell is a Top 25 workplace for both Gen Xers and millennials, according to Fortune magazine.

Burns & McDonnell is a Top 25 workplace for both Gen Xers and millennials, according to Fortune magazine.

The firm is ranked No. 18 among Fortune’s 20 Best Workplaces for Gen X’ers, a list based on responses from more than 109,000 employees ages 36-50 surveyed by the Great Place to Work organization. At Burns & McDonnell, 41 percent of employee-owners are Gen Xers.

The firm also ranked No. 25 on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials, based on surveys of 88,000 employees born in 1981 or thereafter from 600 companies nationwide; 45 percent of employee-owners at Burns & McDonnell are millennials.

“We may be 118 years old, but being a 100 percent employee-owned company creates an entrepreneurial culture that can rival a startup,” says Greg Graves, chairman and CEO. “For us that continues to be a key ingredient to creating a great place to work for all of us.”

Burns & McDonnell ranks No. 16 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For and is ranked No. 14 on the magazine’s list of Best Workplaces to Retire From.

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