Discussion Post: Generational Differences In The Employee Experience
Alley explained how to best tailor the employee experience to employees of different generations. Interestingly, all three major employee populations have different sets of expectations and place their priorities in different areas. While boomers respond superbly well to engaged supervisors, millennials have more complicated relationships with authority and hierarchy. Some of them have a more expensive set of professional expectations. Learners will work to understand the generational differences among baby-boomers, generation X'ers, and millennials.
o What support can HR pros seek from other staff to create an employee experience that will positively influence millennial retention?
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