Monthly Archives: November 2012

Three Reasons to Care About Your Employees in Tough Economic Times

Many employees have experienced several economic downturns in their careers. During downturns, it is as important as ever to focus on your people. There are several reasons why: Employees will have to do more with less As your organization reacts … Continue reading

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Career Development: What Do Younger Generations Expect?

Understanding Career Development Expectations for Younger Generations With a multigenerational workforce comprised of Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Gen Ys, high performing organizations have moved away from a “one-size fits all” approach to meeting employee needs. People strategies now … Continue reading

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Workspaces for Different Generations

How Workspaces Matter: A Generational Perspective Why does the VP get a door? Why don’t I get a laptop? Why can’t we meet at the coffee shop when the meeting rooms are always booked? You’ve probably heard questions like these … Continue reading

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Why Gen Ys Make Great Mentors

Role Reversal: Gen Ys as Mentors For many leaders and colleagues, it is a foreign concept that more senior people can learn something from someone more junior. However, most Gen Ys have grown up in an online world where it … Continue reading

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Maximizing the Talents of A Multigenerational Team

How the Four Generations View Work Imagine this: a 20-year-old candidate applies to work for your organization part-time. She is really excited about working for you since she and her friends love your brand. When it’s time to talk about … Continue reading

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Is Your Organization Mutligenerationally Friendly?

Evaluate How Multigenerationally Friendly Your Current People Practices Are The risk of focusing all your attention on one generation in the workplace, often younger employees, is that you may be alienating the other cohorts. The key to success is to … Continue reading

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