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任仕达发布《澳大利亚职场调查报告》:多代际员工管理挑战大

(2016-01-29 18:40:10)
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(2016年1月28日,/HRoot.com/)根据任仕达最新发布的澳大利亚职场调查报告显示,X世代(1965-1982年间出生的人)已开始接替婴儿潮世代(1946—1964年间出生的人)成为高级管理人员。与此同时,Y世代(1983年至1999年间出生的人)则步入职场并上升为管理层。

根据任仕达的研究,随着Z世代(2000年以后出生人)劳动力的即将到来,这将形成至少四代并存的劳动力。

研究揭示不同代际员工对许多方面的认同,如工作与生活平衡的重要性,以及一些关键的差异——特别是当涉及到岗位流动和管理风格的时候。

尽管很少有人期待一份终身的工作,研究表明,大多数Y世代员工不愿意留在任何特定组织工作超过5至7年。他们的座右铭是“获得新的技能,积累经验,继续前进”。

研究表明,婴儿潮时期出生的人工作中是最幸福的,因为他们更有可能拥有工作与生活的平衡,他们的经验更有助于现实职业期望。与此同时,Y世代对工作感到更不满意,可能由于快速增长的期望以及担心他们学业上的努力无法实现所需的职业发展道路。Y世代也期待工作场所更多的合作和更扁平的组织结构。

通常被认为已步入中年和处于中层管理者的X世代员工对工作是最不满意的。

报告还指出,三分之二的参与任仕达世界工作调查的雇主认为劳动力管理多代际员工是他们面临的最大挑战之一。

Randstad Australia’s World of Work research shows the barriers of the multi-generational workforce

(Jan.29,2016,/HRoot.com/) According to Randstad Australia’s World of Work research, Generation X (born between 1965 and 1982) is beginning to take over the reins of senior management from the Baby Boomers.Meanwhile, Generation Y (born between 1983 and 1999) is moving into work and up the management hierarchy.

According to Randstad, with the arrival of Generation Z in the workforce imminent (born after 2000), this will create at least four generations in the workforce.

The research reveals many areas of agreement such as the importance of work-life balance, along with a few key differences — particularly when it comes to job mobility and management styles. 
While few now expect a job for life, research suggests that most Generation Y workers go further by being reluctant to stay with any particular organisation for more than five to seven years. The maxim is to ‘acquire new skills, build up experience and move on’.

The research shows that Baby Boomers are happiest in their jobs, because they are more likely to have the work-life balance many desire, and their experience lends itself to more realistic career expectations. Meanwhile, Generation Y are less satisfied due to rapidly growing aspirations and a possible genuine concern that their hard work in education may not deliver their desired career path. Generation Y are also demanding more collaboration and less hierarchy in the workplace.

Generation X workers, who are often contending with both middle age and middle management, are the least satisfied.

The report also states that two-thirds of the employers taking part in Randstad’s World of Work survey believe managing a multigenerational workforce is one of the biggest challenges they face.

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