It isn't just age that separates different generations in the workplace, but motivations, according to the Staples Business Advantage 2016 Workplace Index. The report found that Baby Boomers are the only generation that
Millennials have recently surpassed Generation Xers as the largest generation in the Canadian workforce according to Statistics Canada. Millennials are expected to make up over 75 percent of the workforce by 2028. So
They are squeezed by multiple responsibilities and pulled in many directions. In many ways, members of Generation X have been glossed over, as aging baby boomers and up-and-coming millennials grab most of the attention.
Move over, millennials. There's a new generation in town, and it's got a different view of working life. Douglas Coupland famously branded the post-Baby-Boomers as Generation X. Generation Y followed; also called millennials
Recent statistics from O'Reilly Media indicate that Facebook's age demographic in North America continues to trend older. As a result, the world's largest social network could take on a more professional feel, as
Published on: December 10th, 2008 C.G. Lynch and Brian Jackson @itbusinessca
Incorporating Web 2.0 social networking concepts into enterprises offers great benefits.But it also challenges, implementers of these technologies, as spokespersons from Best Buy, Serena Software, and Oracle related Tuesday during an industry event