Gen Y are the future of the workforce but they can get a bad rap. HRM looks at the differences, misconceptions and motivators for your youngest workers
The common perception of Gen Y is that they are lazy, apathetic, demanding, high expectations. But is this really the case? The most highly educated cohort to ever enter the workforce, these 20 to 30-year-olds are actually driven, technologically competent and focused, and they’re looking for a challenge. That sounds like some ideal employee traits.