Keller, Maura
October 2011
MinnesotaBusiness;Oct2011, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p26
Trade Publication
The article presents information on diverse group of people present in a corporate office including Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y or the millennial and their different style of working. As stated, the Boomers are people who are hard working and have a desire to change the world. The article further mentions that Gen X are considered as efficiency based people, Gen Y as team based and Boomers are control based people who strictly moves according to the rules of the company. INSETS: Generations Defined;Generations Defined;What Companies Can Do.


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