May 10, 2011

Y in the Workplace Managing the “Me First” Generation

Like it or not, Generation Y (Gen Y) is entering the workplace, and their numbers are too big to ignore. Sporting nose rings and spurning panty hose, listening to iPods and continuously text messaging, the generation born between 1980 and 2000 is stunning supervisors and appalling coworkers while at the same time coming up with fresh, brilliant, insightful ideas and solutions that turn the workplace and the world upside down.

In Y in the Workplace, authors Nicole A. Lipkin and April J. Perrymore, speaking from their perspective as psychologists who work with business owners and entrepreneurs, offer a guidebook to managing the generation which will eventually lead the workplace.

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