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    代理商:大苹果
    页数:160
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    上传日期:2018-9-5 0:00:00

    GENERATIONAL CAREER SHIFTS: HOW MATURES, BOOMERS, GEN XERS, AND MILLENNIALS VIEW WORK

    Book ID/图书代码: 04331418C00194

    English Summary/英文概要: Organizations and employers are currently managing an inter-generational workforce, and the most prudent of these are seeking to enhance the careers of new entrants. HRM, careers, and work researchers have begun to explore career-related differences among the four generations of workers currently in employment, but to date there has been very little in the way of full-length comparative studies.

    In Generational Career Shifts: How Veterans, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials View Work, Eddy S. Ng, Sean T. Lyons, and Linda Schweitzer develop a timely, wide-ranging examination of inter-generational differences in work priorities, career attitudes, career experiences, and career outcomes. Offering a comprehensive overview of existing research, and drawing upon the authors’ own largescale study of students and knowledge workers, this book documents how careers have fundamentally shifted over the past five decades. Along the way, it offers crucial insights into what these shifts mean for employers and their management strategies.

    Generational Career Shifts is essential reading for career researchers, generational researchers, practitioners within executive education, as well as for career counsellors, human resource departments, corporate libraries, and people managers.

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    Awards/获奖情况:The authors describe a three-year study, the Generational Career Shift Project, to investigate whether four successive generations of Canadians (Veterans/Matures, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials) have had different career expectations, experiences, attitudes, and outcomes as they have moved through their careers, focusing on knowledge workers. Through phone interviews and a survey, they discuss the role of career concepts, including identity, planning, resilience, salience, work-related locus of control, self-efficacy, anchors, and orientations toward the modern career, then discuss work value priorities, career experiences, and outcomes for these generations, as well as implications for employers.--Annotation (c)2018 "(protoview.com) "

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