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Eiat2012

  1. 1. By 2025, Generation Y will beapproximately 75% of the world’sworkforce
  2. 2. Attitudes to Work (Ramsborg and Tinnish, 2008) BABY BOOMERS GENERATION YStructure FlexibilityWorker as instrument Worker as a human resourceWork as labour intensive Work as knowledge intensiveHierarchical structures Participatory structuresEducation completed Lifelong learning
  3. 3. Generation Y workers Want a balance between work and personal time Will work long hours – on condition that they can choose those hours Want access to personal development Want more feedback
  4. 4. New types of work ROWE: Results-Only Work Environment Not“Where is everybody”, but “What is everybody achieving?”
  5. 5. Benefits of ROWE Fall in voluntary turnover rates (people quitting) (But there can be a rise in “involuntary turnover” during the transition to ROWE. People can no longer disguise paper shuffling and excessive motion for delivering results) Increase in productivity
  6. 6. Benefits of ROWE Help you to save your marriage Help you to be a better parent Help you to get in good shape
  7. 7. FINDING A JOB
  8. 8. THANK YOU and GOOD LUCK! Rob DavidsonR.Davidson@greenwich.ac.uk

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