Redefining Gen Y

A generational guide to help Gen X managers understand what's really going on with their younger employees

The point of generational analysis—indeed, of understanding any dimension of diversity—is the recognition that unique formative experiences condition us to see and act differently. Because members of any single generation have lived through the same times and shared many formative experiences, common themes tend to characterize how they behave. Not surprisingly, this shows up acutely in the workplace.

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