Managing the New Workforce: International Perspectives on the Millennial Generation

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Eddy Ng, Sean T. Lyons, Linda Schweitzer
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Millennials, the latest generation to enter the global workforce, are changing the face of employment. This volume represents the most up-to-date research on the changes and issues from an international cast of generational researchers. Shifting demograph
 

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Contents

1 Who are the Millennials? Empirical evidence for generational differences in work values attitudes and personality
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2 Public service motivation and work preferences of the Millennials in Australia
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how work values predict organizational attraction in graduating students in Belgium
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Millennials and the changing nature of careers in Canada
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early career transitions of Chinese Millennial returnees
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evidence from Germany
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implications for managing a diverse workforce
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8 Assessing Millennials in the South African work context
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9 Are Millennials a diff erent breed? Turkish hospitality sector frontline employees intention to stay
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practitioners perspectives
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11 Will Millennials save the world through work? International generational differences in the relative importance of corporate social responsibility a...
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12 Career success in the younger generation
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evidence from 23 countries
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a crossnational crossgenerational investigation
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Index
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