SEOUL --The hard-driving work culture that underpinned South Korea's rapid economic growth is quickly becoming a thing of the past. As millennials grow more prominent, they are placing greater importance on work-life balance than advancing their careers. The conventional method of demanding total obedience to the company in exchange for high status and compensation is no longer working.
South Korea millennials bring change to hard-driving work culture
Younger workers spend less time with colleagues and invest more in stock market