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DISTINGUISH FACTOR : Apakah perbedaan dari ketiganya yang paling mendasar ? Beserta alasannya ? Perbedaan yang paling signifikan dari ketiganya adalah cara pandang mereka tentang uang yang berbeda satu sama lain.
Nama : Bemby Agustian
NPM : 10208241
Kelas : 4EA14Mata Kuliah Softskill : Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2
Apakah perbedaan dari ketiganya yang paling mendasar ? Beserta alasannya ?
Perbedaan yang paling signifikan dari ketiganya adalah cara pandang mereka tentang uang yang berbeda satu sama lain.
This generation is different in cultural life, the which seems a very clear is the way of technology in every generation, Thus Spake allowing this generation in the review are based on the life of each generation equipment.
• Baby Boomers
This group of people, when traveling as studying the book.
• Generation X
Philosophy of life "Work To Live" is not a Life To Work.
• Generation Y
This generation is called the Millennium and the interenet. His life is all-digital, to take your iPod everywhere. Ears always gagged her name means "headset."
Generations grow up with different beliefs and perspectives. The conditions of the economy, the state of the world, technology, and social trends all impact the overall behavior of the generation. For Generation Y, it is a return to traditional values, a strong sense of community and diversity, and an emphasis on technology, information, and education.
Let’s take a look at a comparison between the Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Generation X (1965-1976/1981), and Generation Y (1977/1982-1995/2001). Please keep in mind these are generalized observations taken from a different article (see below):
Level of trust toward authority
• Boomers are confident of self, not authority.
• Gen Xers have a low level of trust toward authority.
• Millennials have a high level of trust toward authority. Yet they are less trustworthy of individual people. Perhaps it’s from being born into an age of terrorism or maybe it’s their overprotective parents or the danger-obsessed media.
What do they view as the ultimate reward?
• Boomers want a prestigious title and the corner office.
• Gen Xers want the freedom not to have to do something.
• Millennials prefer meaningful work.
How were their parents with them?
• Boomers had parents who were controlling.
• Gen Xers parents were distant.
• Millennials? Their parents were intruding. Or, as my Millennial-age intern tells me, they have “helicopter parents”—they’re always hovering.
What are their views toward having children?
• Boomers are controlled, their children were planned.
• Gen Xer’s are doubtful about the possibility of becoming parents.
• Millennials are definite about parenthood. In fact, they view marriage and parenthood as more important than careers and success.
And overall family life?
• Boomers were indulged as children.
• Gen Xers were alienated as children.
• Millennials were protected as children.
Views toward education?
• Boomers want freedom of expression.
• Gen Xers are pragmatic.
• Millennials need the structure of accountability.
• Thankfully, boomers want to attack oppression. Without those views we might not have had civil rights or protested Vietnam.
• Gen Xers are apathetic and more worried about the individual.
• And the Millennials, the facebookers and Tweeters? It should be no surprise that they crave community.
Last but not least, the views on the big question...
• Boomers want to know, “What does it mean?”
• Gen Xers need to know, “Does it work?”
• Millennials are curious to know, “How do we build it?”
Ten differences between Generation X and Generation Y employees
Recruitment is an ever changing landscape, and with demographics continually changing it makes for some interesting recruiting strategies going forward. The early Baby Boomers (defined as being born between 1946 to 1964, and aged between 43-61) are now starting to retire, and as recruiters we are now having to put more of a focus on Generation X-ers (defined as being born between 1965 to 1979, and aged between 28-42) and Generation Y-ers (defined as being born between 1980 and 1984, and aged between 13-27).
But to recruit and retain people from these two generations, then we surely need to understand what makes them tick in a working environment. Krista Third of Tamm Communications has noted ten different workplace differences between the X and Y generations that we should all take note of :
1. Preferred style of leadership
§ X - only competent leaders will do
§ Y – collaboration with management is expected
2. Value of Experience
§ X – don’t tell me where you have been, show me what you know
§ Y – experience is irrelevant, as the world is changing so fast
§ X – give them direction, and then leave them to it
§ Y – questions, questions, questions
§ X - expect regular feedback
§ Y - need constant and immediate feedback
§ X – freedom is the ultimate reward
§ Y – money talks
§ X – want to continually learn, if they don’t they will leave
§ Y – still in an exam driven mentality
7. Work Hours
§ X – do their work and go home
§ Y – will work as long as needed …or until they get bored
8. Work Life Balance
§ X – they want to enjoy life to the full, while they are young enough to do so
§ Y – their lives are busy – they need alot of ‘me’ time
§ X – they are committed as everyone else working there
§ Y – already working out their exit strategy
10. Meaning of Money
§ X – it gives freedom and independence
§ Y - just something that allows them to maintain their lifestyle