Tag: generations

How Career Switching Differs Among Generations

This post was originally published on this site By Kerry Nutley, Human Capitam Management Strategy Director, UK&I for Oracle and David Young, DY Associates  I was scrolling through LinkedIn and saw an article by Raja Jamalamadaka entitled ‘If your employer doesn’t see the real value in you, it’s time to for a fresh start’. Having just started a new job myself, it got me…

Company Culture Across Generations

There’s been a lot – A LOT – of discussion in the past few years about all the different generations in the workplace, how dissimilar they are and the challenges and opportunities they create for work. To quickly recap, at present, we have five generations in the workplace, typically: Silents: Born during and before World War II. Baby Boomers: Born immediately after World War…

New Generations Are Spawning! Birth of the Nano-Generation

Just when we thought the hype about millennials might die down to a dull roar so we could get back to treating people like, well, people, some consultant needed to make another yacht payment and created a “new” generational cohort. One they could ride for a couple more years until they create something new for corporate HR to feel stupid not knowing about. Yes……

Older workers don’t cost jobs for young people, economists say

Young people shouldn’t worry they miss out on jobs and advancement opportunities when older colleagues put off retirement, economists say. “We all cannot believe that we have been fighting this theory for more than 150 years,” said April Yanyuan Wu, an economist at Boston College. The misconception stems from the incorrect idea there a fixed number of jobs in the workforce.