With a handful of birthdays to celebrate before he turns 50, Tim Harder surrounds himself all day with relative youngsters — so-called millennials — people who entered adulthood after 2000. Among the 100 employed by United Capital in its Dallas location where Harder ranks as a managing partner, the average age is under 30.
“We’ve stepped on a few bombs and side-stepped a few others,” Harder says about managing the new generation of employees.
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