Analysis Of Meagan Johnson 's Article ' Stop Talking About Work ' Life Balance '

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Johnson, Meagan. "Stop Talking About Work/Life Balance! TEQ and the Millennial Generation." Workforce Solutions Review 6.2 (2015): 4-7. Business Source Complete. Web. 31 Mar. 2016.
In the article “Stop Talking about Work/Life Balance” the author Meagan Johnson begins by introducing what exactly the millennial generation is by saying that they are people who are born between the years of 1980 and the year 2000. They are often called "the generation y". She talks about how the new generation is taking over the workforce and they are also the first generation to be transferring to adulthood while in the new millennium. We were socially acceptable to society much more than anyone else in the past. We always want things to be our way in the work force. According to Johnson, millennials want “instant gratification, praises for their work, and a fun environment," because who doesn’t want their work to be enjoyable?
She says we don’t want to completely change the way our work is now. We just want it to be updated to a new and better way. Millennials use skills they have to create a better society. At this point in the article, the author goes into discussing how you shouldn’t discuss the balance of your work life and your home life because it makes it harder for Baby Boomers to work with millennial generations. Technology is helping millennials become much better at getting their jobs done and because of said technology companies are advancing. Baby Boomers are complaining about…

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