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    Technologies are great; social media and generation Y is working together perfectly. Work Ethic of putting in time into finding the right filters for new Instagram post is very diligent. The value of time for a quick snap is used very preciously during rigorous instructional time. The technology and the Millennial generation are our future, but that is only if they can try harder by adding more work for themselves, to put down their phone, and to come back to reality as they called themselves.…

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    The Battle for Young Wallets Why Generation “Y” is Destined for Failure. There has been a lot of discussion regarding spending habits that haunt adolescents and young adults. While our parents and theirs before us were plagued by the need to own properties and settle down, the future Generations seem more consumed with the idea of changing the usual status quo. Over university, they are choosing college and alternate forms of education, some even forgoing continued education institutions.…

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    This generation is always being labeled as “lazy”, “obsessed with technology”, and many others. However, many of this generation’s “problems” were inevitable with the current state of our world. It is very hard for this generation to find a stable job due to the supremacy the older generations hold. Contrary to popular belief, the millennial generation actually does want to go to work and make the world a better place. Given an opportunity they will. There are a few things that are holding this…

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    There is a generation that is 80 million strong and who are pioneering the start of a new millennium. The people of this generation are called the Millennials. The advances in new technologies and ways of growing up has set this group apart from all generations before them. Many think of them as entitled, lazy and narcissistic. Yet, the true identities of this group are just starting to be revealed. They are the most diverse and open minded generation. They show a lot of potential and could…

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    I have chosen Productive Work Environments for Millenials to research more extensively. I will focus on embracing generational differences to create a Productive Work Environments for Millenials. Now there are four generations of people working side by side in the same organizations for the first time in history, and Millennials are the second largest generation of them. Millennials are characterized as having high levels of self-confidence and self-reliance, independent, individualistic, and…

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    The Five Generations in the workplace Walking into an office it is easy to identify the different age groups. In the next few years there will be five generations working together in a variety of jobs. There are a few contributors as to why this is happening. People today have a longer life expectancy due to healthier life styles. People from the older generation are not in a financial position to retire from their jobs. They have to work longer to sustain themselves. They also like working and…

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    Millennials are the largest living generation and have strong opinions, however, they are the least represented in Washington DC. In the text, “When Millennials Rule,” written by Charlotte Alter, the author addresses the fact that the baby-boomer generation has the most representation in Washington DC, but the millennials are attempting to change the trend. For example, the author pointed out that the millennials are introducing new technology. Furthermore, they are bringing new ideas. Lastly,…

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    History of Intergenerational Issues Exploring the Intergenerational workforce, there are four dissimilar generations in the workforce currently. From the Traditionalists, to the Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. Which makes it challenging, creating intergenerational issues in the workplace. Besides, complex depending on the group of people that are employed in an organization. However, as managers, is important to understand your employees, their cultural differences, providing all…

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    Mentoring Multiple Generations For the first time in history, managers have the daunting task of understanding and leading four generations in the workplace. In order to be effective, it is important to understand each generation and the differences among the groups in order to effectively manage the workers. There are many differences between the generations, and this is referred to as a generational gap. In business world today, managers need to implement methods in order to effectively…

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    In today’s ever connected and fast-paced world, Generation Y, or Millenials, born between the early 1980’s and the mid-1990’s to early 2000’s are a generation unlike the world has ever seen. Raised by the Baby Boomers who were influenced by Vietnam, Watergate, and were “idealistic” in nature, Millenials are perceived to be motivated by time off who value individuality and have low company loyalty (Montana Office of Public Instruction). But, when trying to connect with them on a coaching,…

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