Work Ethics And The Generation Gap! Many employers are noticing a pessimistic difference in today's generation. We are all asking what happened to responsibility, motivation, having positive values, and integrity along with wanting and expecting more of today's youth and ourselves. Of course, there are many who have that excellent work ethic already. There are those who are workaholics and may need more balance in their lives, and maybe manage their time more wisely, which is also covered in this book. It sounds like there may be some questions. The real question may be: qDo we have the answers and how do we meet this solution as a nation?q I believe those of us who are parents, employers, teachers and all positive active members of the community can motivate the necessary changes towards more agreeable and moral principals. Dr. Joanne Sujansky, founder of KEY group, author, and certified professional speaker sheds some light on Generation X, Y, and the baby boomers in chapter ten. Also find out what the community has to say in chapter seven.As consumers, you and I have the right to demand and expect superior service. What do we mean by customer service? There is no universally accepted definition. Even if a person is treated poorlya as long as he or she is served a in aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Work Ethics and the Generation Gap!|
|Author||:||Robin L. Rask|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2008-05|