80 million baby boomers are expected to retire during the next 5 years Only 50 million Generation X and Y workers are projected to replace them Digital natives (Generation Y) think, interact and work differently Possible background points Working characteristics of baby boomers according to PDI Pulse on Leaders survey: Able to meet performance outcomes but arrive at those outcomes differently that other generations Very process oriented Tend to be methodical; don’t shoot from the hip Tend to “live the job”; understand the soul of the business Good at coaching and developing others
According to the Greenpeace Guide slightly more than 50% of US workers think that their employers should be more environmentally friendly. A study conducted by Genesys, a multimedia conferencing service, surveyed more than 18,000 people among its Global 100 customers and found: 65 % think using Web collaboration tools for virtual meeting can make a significant impact on the environment 56% say their company has policies in place to help preserve the environment Google example: offers $5,000 toward the purchase or $2,500 toward the lease of a qualifying new vehicle that gets 45 miles to the gallon.
Data shows how many people within each organization are on Facebook; designated company network Increasingly, people are using Facebook within their companies – even though some companies may have policies against it How should companies embrace what’s happening?
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