These letters respond to Enough with the Generation Studies!
This is the most commonsense article I have read on the subject. New and fresh ideas are the lifeblood of industry, and these ideas are generated by young and older employees.
Those entering the workforce should approach their supervisors and peers with deference and respect of the knowledge they will receive and prove themselves.
Assigning special status to one generation over another causes more harm than good.
Human Resource Manager
Danville Metal Stamping Co., Inc.
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Kudos for Cappelli, and enough from the consultants.
I have been espousing this concept within our organization, but continue to run into dissent from my colleagues who insist that we develop new training programs for supervisors and managers on dealing with the differences in the millennial generation.
I think general supervisory and managerial training is what we really need.
Larry S. Gershman, Vice President
Human Resources & Administration
Liberty Lutheran Services