The experts also suggested that the learning schema indicate the priorities among the proposed components, with a simpler framework for the Thai people to better reflect the way to reach Generation Y
, considering their self-learning behavior that could be a barrier to classroom learning (K.
More recently, due to household financial stress caused by the global financial crisis, significant numbers of nurses re-entered the workforce and existing nurses increased their hours, resulting in a significant number of Generation Y
nurses entering the workforce during a period of workforce surplus; subsequently a large number received only part-time work.
Although the results of this study are not generalizable, it may help leaders decide how to tailor change management strategies for Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y
(Gen Y) individuals are graduating from college and entering the labor pool as a large and influential group.
Based on ING's research efforts into the habits of Gen Y and our experiences working with successful life insurance agencies across the nation, here are a few ideas to help you more effectively engage and serve Generation Y
clients--and tap into the largest market opportunity of the coming decades.
Does Generation Y
assign different levels of importance to the five motivational factors than Generation X and Baby Boomers?
The three most prevalent working generations currently are Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y
Despite the volume and passion of the Generation Y
literature, there is limited formal evidence that Generation Y
actually exist as a unique and distinct group with distinctly different employment attitudes.
This article aims to explore the linkage between emerging knowledge of Generation Y
and the notion of employee engagement, drawing on an empirical investigation of the career expectations and aspirations of Generation Y
undergraduate students who are experienced in hospitality and tourism work.
The site was developed to introduce the technologically savvy Generation Y
candidate to the firm in a lively and entertaining way.
With the entry of Generation Y
to the working world, the workforce for the first time contains four generations: Traditionalists (also called Veterans, Silents, or Greatest Generation; 75 million born before 1945; 10% of the workforce), Baby Boomers (80 million born 1945-1964, 45% of the workforce), Generation X (46 million born 1965-1980, 30% of the workforce), and Generation Y
also called Echo Boomers, Millenials, Internet Generation, or Nexters; 76 million born after 1980; 15% of the workforce) (Paul, 2004; Francis-Smith, 2004; Johns, 2003; Martin and Tulgan, 2004; Raines, 2002).
While Generation Y
will wield a great deal of power, in part due to its sheer size, organizations must still be careful to retain and motivate their older employees.