Discussing generational differences

Deborah Olsen, professor of management and leadership, discusses “Career Success and Generational Differences: Separating Fact and Fiction” Tuesday afternoon in the President’s Dining Room. Olsen’s research focuses on the quality of employment in today’s multi-generational workforces. She explored culture and how age-related factors affect employee experiences at work. The presentation led to the discussion of differences among various generations including the millennials, generation X and baby boomers. / photo by Claudia Ceja
Deborah Olson, professor of management and leadership, discusses “Career Success and Generational Differences: Separating Fact and Fiction” Tuesday afternoon in the President’s Dining Room. Olson’s research focuses on the quality of employment in today’s multi-generational workforces. She explored culture and how age-related factors affect employee experiences at work. The presentation led to the discussion of differences among various generations including the millennials, generation X and baby boomers. / photo by Claudia Ceja

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