Tag Archives: Managing Gen Y
Generation X (those born 1965-1979) were raised to operate independently. Women were leaving the homemaker role behind, and heading off to work. The working mom in the 70′s had no daycare or nannies to watch over her children. Many Gen … Continue reading
Because I speak on the generations, my frinds consider me the local Gen Y expert! This summer several of them have been calling me sharing the challenges they are having with their Gen Y summer hires and interns. Besides the usual irritant of arriving late, a reoccurring issue is the perception of work and how to “fill” the day. Continue reading
Managing Gen Y may mean we have to make some changes in the way we have managed in the past. What are you willing to do to attract and keep the talent? Open your mind to change.