Study Essay

826 words - 3 pages

Baby Boomers
Born 1946-1964

Generation x
Born 1965-1980

Generation Y
Millennial
Born 1981-1999

Generation Z
Nexters
born after 2000

BIG PICTURE/SYSTEMS IN PLACE
BRING FRESH PERSPECTIVE
DO NOT RESPECT THE TITLES
DISAPPROVE ABSOLUTES AND STRUCTURE
OPTIMISM
TEAM ORIENTATION
UNCOMFORTABLE WITH CONFLICT
PERSONAL GROWTH
SENSITIVE TO FEEDBACK
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
PERSONAL GRATIFICATION

POSITIVE ATTITUDE
IMPATIENCE
GOAL ORIENTATED
MULTI-TASKING
THINKING GLOBALLY
SELF-RELIANCE
FLEXIBLE HOURSE, INFORMAL WORK ENVIRONMENT
JUST A JOB
TECHNO-LITERAL
INFORMAL - BALANCE
GIVE THEM A LOT TO DO AND FREEDOM TO DO THEIR WAY
QUESTION THE AUTHORITY

CONFIDENCE
SOCIABILITY
MORALITY
STREET SMARTS
DIVERSITY
COLLECTIVE ACTION
HEROIC SPIRIT
TENACITY
TECHNOLOGICAL SAVY
LACK OF SKILLS FOR DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE
MULTITASKING
NEED FLEXIBILITY

CONFIDENCE
SOCIABILITY
MORALITY
STREET SMARTS
heavily digitally oriented
high interaction with technology
greater use of
social media
GLOBAL MINDSET,
LOCAL REALITY
INFINITE DIVERSITY
MULTITASKING
NEED FLEXIBILITY

Baby Boomers

Generation X

Generation Y/Z

Attire

Business - casual (high end)

Business - casual (low end)

Whatever feels comfortable

Work Environment

Long hours - office only

Office, home, desires flexible schedule

Office, home - desires flexible schedule

Motivators

Salary

Security

Maintain personal life

Mentoring

Does not handle well negative feedback

Not necessary to receive feedback

Constant feedback needed

Retention

Salary

Security/Salary

Personal relationship

Client Orientation

Telephone

E-mail

E-mail/IM/Text

Technology

Documents prepared by the Associates, e-mail primarily in the office, web use to "google"

Creates own documents, uses mobile and laptop, uses web to research, review etc., e-mail/mobile 24/

Creates own documents, creates databases, uses web to research and network, use of e- mail/IM/text 24/7

Career Goals

Build a perfect career, excel

Build a transferable career, variety of skills and experiences

Build several parallel careers, have a several jobs simultaneously

The Baby BoomersThe Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, were brought up in an abundant, healthy post-war economy, becoming an egocentric generation. They saw the world revolving around them. Nuclear families were the norm. More than anything, work has been a de- fining part of both, their self-worth and their evaluation of others. Their life style revolves around the fact that they live to work. Balance is a quaint idea but not really a possibility. As such, they see the workday at least8 a.m. to5 p.m. This is a significant tension point between them and the newer generations, as they expect others to have the same work ethic and work the same hours. The earlier part of this generation followed the "bent" rules set by the traditionalists.Generation XThe generation X, born between 1965 and 1980, was the first...

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