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Do you know which generation you belong to? Do you know what makes yours unique from the generations surrounding you? From work styles to communications, generational issues continue to challenge how we work. Each of us unconsciously carries with us the fingerprint of our generation. Learn about the career goals, job retention patterns, and common frustrations and misconceptions of both your generation and those of your co-workers.

Generations at Play offers real-life solutions and steps that you can implement in your office, corporation, organization, or association. Interested?

Generation Y (1981-1995)

  • More socially outgoing
  • Virtual networking

Generation X (1965-1980)

  • Peer-focused
  • Career building

Baby Boomers (1946-1964)

  • Raised with hope and opportunity
  • Want to help others

Traditionalists (1922-1945)

  • Faced The Great Depression
  • Respect familiarity and relationships
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