It always seems like the most recent generation of workers is always perceived as the “slacker” generation. In this post, Ryan Healy tells us what he thinks his generation is looking for in a working environment.
According to Ryan, 8 out 10 young people see themselves as future entrepreneurs and otherwise self-employed, willing to sacrifice “big paychecks” for flexible arrangements at work.
One thing that always annoys me about my future replacements is their immediate dismissal of traditional working environments, face to face business relationships and proper attire, as though these are the things only old foggies used to do. They want the immediate benefits of mature working relationships with their bosses right out of college, and somehow I don’t think that’s realistic.
What do you think?