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CM116: “Who Says Millennials Don’t Work on Weekends”

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For many Boomer managers, working hours are from 8-5. Or 9-5. If you’re not at your desk during those hours, CLEARLY you are NOT working!

But Millennials (and other employees as well) are much more accustomed to work habits that bear no resemblance whatsoever to the standard grind. Early mornings. Late evenings. And (shock!) even weekends…?

What to do with all of these disjointed schedules? Crazy work hours can be a huge disruption to communication and collaboration, and Boomer managers typically aren’t adapting very well to the idea of “come and go as you please.” So, what are leaders to do??

Join Kelly and Robby as they try to figure out why Millennials can’t seem to make it to work by 8:00 am (allegedly), and why Boomers insist on rigid work hours (usually).

Show Notes:

“What you are will show in what you do.”
Thomas Edison

  1.  7 Ways Boomers and Millennials Differ at Work

  2.  How Millennials Work Differently From Everyone Else

  3.  Attention Employers: Millennials Have Made Their Demands

  4.  Generation Z vs. Y: Millennials Don’t Work as Hard, Study Finds