Worker rights | Muffin Break boss claims Millennials should work for free

Muffin Break boss claims Millennials should work for free

The General Manager of Australian company Muffin Break has come under fire after her controversial comments about the working habits of millennials went viral.

In a recent interview, Natalie Brennan chastised younger workers for not expecting to work for free or take an unpaid internship. She also cited access to social media as a key factor in what she deemed to be an ‘inflated sense of self-importance’ amongst the millennial generation.

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