Millennials can be 'catalyst' for procurement

Procurement should embrace millennials in the workforce for their entrepreneurship – despite their irregular hours. 

Sidhant Dhamija , chair of the CIPS MENA Millennials Committee, said millennials want it all: inspiring work, collaboration with colleagues, access to the latest tech and the ability to work at any time and place they wish. And this is a good thing, he argues.

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