50 YEARS FROM BAGGERS TO BOOMERS
- A Case for Not Putting Your Differences Aside. Parow, Jack // Fire Chief;Mar2011, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p20
The article offers information on the author's views about appreciating differences and how to leverage them to achieve success in a work force in U.S. It states that fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) leaders are exploring new ways in modern human resource management by understanding the...
- Baby boomers are redefining retirement. Anfuso, Dawn // Workforce (10928332);Dec97, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p40
Reports that baby boomers, those people born between 1946 and 1964, has been and continues to be the core sphere of influence on American life. Civic and political achievements of the baby boomers; Baby boomers' impact and challenge to human resource management.
- Conquering the GENERATIONAL DIVIDE. Pekala, Nancy // Journal of Property Management;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p30
Discusses how to manage four generations of employees in the workplace. Information on the Boomers; Discussion on the members of Generation X; How to make the generation connection.
- Managing Baby Boomers. Mills, D. Quinn; Cannon, Mark D. // Management Review;Aug89, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p38
Discusses how executives can adapt their management styles in ways that will motivate baby boomers more effectively. Managers' need to understand the younger generation's value system; Economic prosperity witnessed by baby boomers; Various ways to attract and motivate baby boomers. INSET: THE...
- Boomers rock the system. Caudron, Shari // Workforce (10928332);Dec97, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p42
Presents the statistics of the baby boomers generation. Influence and legacy made by this generation on the facet of American life; How this generation will become a catalyst for human resource management as most of them will hit retirement age.
- Wellness pays off. Sunoo, Brenda Paik // Workforce (10928332);Dec97, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p52
Claims that human resource professionals need to pay close attention to prevent health related problems of its workforce. Some of the most common illnesses baby boomers or post war generation are facing; Percentage of health benefits expenses to treating illnesses devoted by employers...
- RETIREMENT--ADDITIONAL Resources. // Benefits & Compensation Digest;Jun2006, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p29
The article relates the factors needed to be considered by human resource (HR) companies in the U.S. as the baby boom generation enters the retirement stage. The baby boom generation will start to reach the traditional retirement age of 65 in 2011. Human resource programs and strategies that...
- Boomers' skills remain in demand, agencies say. Toth, David // Fairfield County Business Journal;7/17/2006, Vol. 45 Issue 29, p14
The article reports that the baby boomer generation skill still remains in the business sector. The business skills of this generation have been found to have gleaned through the decades of experience in corporate trenches. These have been increasingly becoming the focus of employers and...
- `Stereotype generation X at your peril.' // People Management;6/25/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p21
Focuses on the relationship of employees in the baby-boomer generation with their younger colleagues who are members of the generation X. Survey on baby-boomers in management positions by Neil Stroul, an occupational psychologist; Management of baby-boomers and generation X-ers.