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Perception versus Reality: Generations in the Workplace
What Does Research Say about Generational Differences in the Workplace?
The topic of “generations” in the workplace has become popular among L&D professionals. Stereotypes exist regarding generational differences surrounding values, work behaviors, and preferences in supervision. These perceived differences impact the modern workplace in everything from hiring practices to office layout and design.
In More Similar than Different: What the Research Says About Generations in the Workplace, Jane Bozarth uses academic literature to analyze whether generational differences are as important as people believe them to be and provides recommendations for handling these differences moving forward.
Download this report now to explore more insights from Bozarth and learn more about what empirical research says about our perceived notions regarding generational differences.
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