Managing Generation y: Global Citizens Born in the Late Seventies and Early Eighties

Managing Generation y Global Citizens Born in the Late Seventies and Early Eighties A practical how to guide on understanding and managing the youngest cohort of workers With three to four job experiences or internships under their belts the Gen Yers pose new challenges for organiza

  • Title: Managing Generation y: Global Citizens Born in the Late Seventies and Early Eighties
  • Author: Bruce Tulgan CAROLYN A. MARTIN & BRUCE TULGAN
  • ISBN: 9780874256222
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • A practical how to guide on understanding and managing the youngest cohort of workers With three to four job experiences or internships under their belts, the Gen Yers pose new challenges for organizations that are already spending time, energy, and money recruiting and training young talent.

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    1. So just to reiterate, I am writting this review because I read the book for my consulting office and wanted to count it towards my 100 books I’ve read this year. It was a really REALLY fast read and a lot of fun! You could honestly sit down in about 1-2 hours and have the whole thing read.I really enjoyed reading this book because the entire way through I kept saying, “We do that…yeah we do that too…my company is so cool because we have implemented that alread…” and so on. It was so [...]

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