How to manage generational challenges in the workplace

06/10/2013 | Forbes

Some millennial employees may be unsure of the proper way to act in the workplace so managers have to help them get up to speed, writes Jeanne Meister, a partner at Future Workplace. Managers can accomplish this mission by providing training and mentoring opportunities, offering feedback and establishing clear expectations, she writes. Millennial employees, meanwhile, can do their part by looking to their managers for behavioral guidance and by being careful about how they use social media, she writes.

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