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Title You raised us - now work with us : millennials, career success, and building strong workplace teams / Lauren Stiller Rikleen.

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 Law Library  HF 5549.5 .C75 R55 2014    CHECKED IN
Description xxiii, 270 pages ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-270).
Contents Introduction : why another book about the millennial generation now? -- On the cusp -- Generations in transition : searching for the new normal -- Uphill both ways : the millennials' view of their generational legacy -- Ground Control to Major Tom : send in the helicopter -- Parents can you spare a condo? : perspectives on parental financial support -- What does the mirror see : entitlement or self-respect? -- He talks, she texts : is anybody listening? -- "You cannot wear that to work!" -- Navigating ambiguity and other lessons that helicopter parents should have taught -- Definitions at variance : hard work, loyalty, and self-perception -- Moving forward with feedback -- Rethinking the workplace -- Adapting the workplace to develop tomorrow's leaders -- The future thanks you for your sanity : how Millennials have redefined success and what it means for the future.
Summary "Millennials are often stereotyped: they are 'entitled', seek promotions prematurely, and require constant praise. They see themselves, however, buried in historically high student debt and thwarted by an outdated workplace structure. This ground-breaking book is an indispensable resource to help Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers create a more effective work environment. ... the book separates myths from reality, and provides practical advice, based on detailed research, to strengthen intergenerational teams and develop the next generation of talented leadership."--Book jacket.
Subject Conflict of generations in the workplace.
Generation Y -- Employment.
Generation Y -- Attitudes.
Personnel management.
Intergenerational communication.
Intergenerational relations.
Added Author American Bar Association. Law Practice Division, sponsoring body.
ISBN 1627225854
OCLC # 870846944
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