Generation Y: Shaping the way we work
Job scarcity has created some animosity between the generations. Older workers are concerned about age-discrimination. Younger workers worry that they won’t be able to land good jobs and pay off student loans. And when younger and older employees do work together, it can become a management challenge. A lack of understanding or appreciation for different work styles across the generations often breeds conflict and frustration.
While each generation brings value and unique perspectives, Generation Y is shaping the way we do business.
Ava Diamond, a Fort Collins-based employee engagement expert says, “This generation comes in wanting to add value from day one. They are eager to contribute. They’re ambitious, high-performing, future-oriented, technically-proficient, and goal-focused. They thrive in today’s team-based, highly networked
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