Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
A new generation of employees with new expectations is entering the workplace. They are known by many names, but most will recognize them as the Millennials or Generation Y (Gen Y). With many Gen Y members already in the workforce, managers are likely to be required to deal with the generational differences that appear to exist among employees. Given that Gen Y members are likely to work closely with Gen X members, the present study explored possible differences between Gen X and Gen Y on their work-related beliefs.
Fernandez, Susana, "Comparing Generation X to Generation Y on work-related beliefs." (2009). Master's Theses. Paper 3974.