Job-hopping will survive the GFC

By Angela Dorizas The global financial crisis will lead to a shift in Generation Y’s behaviour at work, but it will not prevent further job-hopping, warns a leading expert on young employees. Generation Y’s tendency towards short tenure is almost certain to survive the global economic crisis, according to management consultant and author of Generation Y: Thriving […]

Managing the Gen Y workforce

They’ve been labeled as self-assured, disloyal and non-committal workers, but leading demographers believe that Generation Y may be the answer to the problems caused by the public sector’s ageing workforce. Angela Dorizas spoke with Bruce Tulgan, author of Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage Generation Y, for his advice on recruiting and retaining […]

Financial crisis will alter Gen Y, says expert

By Rob O’Brien Generation Y, widely thought of as the young, hip and self-assured product of the Baby Boomers is being hugely affected by the financial crisis, according to leading KPMG demographer Bernard Salt. For the first time in their lives they are learning the meaning of ‘no’, Salt told GovernmentNews. Addressing delegates at the […]


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