“The Truth About Millenials”
This article written by Liz Ryan, CEO of Human Workplace, is outlines how millennials bring a refreshingly truthful perspective and honest look at old, established workplace standards, protocols, and policies. She explains that they do not accept established rules for the sake of accepting them, but instead have an “appetite to reinvent crusty systems for a human-powered era [that] is exactly what our organizations need.”
This article, written by Allison Lin of Today Money, outlines how the gender discrimination in work tends to occur later down the career path for older women. A recent Pew Report showed that 60% of millennial women believe that men earn more for the same work, yet a new report showed that only 15% of millennial women age 18-32 felt that they had been discriminated against at their workplace. Why the gap? For the most part, millennial men and women tend to have more equal wages, whereas professionals who are older with more experience tend to note a much more significant wage gap between men and women.
Tinder is the next generation of online dating and apparently, users who have the app, are addicted to it. When you sign up for Tinder, it uses information from facebook and crosses that information with Tinder users in the local area of the user at the moment of signing in. The user can rate profiles they like or reject profiles they don’t like. If both profiles are a match, the people can start a private conversation and maybe meet-up. It combines the entertainment of rating people’s profiles with the ability to actually meet-up with someone in the vicinity if it is a good match. According to recent data, the Tinder app is downloaded 200,000 times a day and the user population is growing steadily.
This article interviews a Gen X and Gen Y employee and assesses how they both have very different cultural backgrounds and viewpoints on the workplace. It also offers some very insightful tips on how to approach these differences, including “the benefit of shifting from ‘a command and control style to a more inclusive management philosophy.’”