GENERATION Y ON THE JOB MARKET. YOUNG POLES' EXPECTATIONS OF JOB AND EMPLOYER – RESULTS OF RESEARCH.

IZABELA STAŃCZYK, ANETA PIECZKA

Abstract:

This study refers to the Y Generation’s expectations of the job market. This generation is challenging for employers who want to attract good employees and retain them in an organization. Many public discussions touch this issue and talk about Generation Y’s claims and exaggerated aspirations; employers complain about high expectations and lack of communication with older employees. This generation is the first which has grown up in the world of technology and computers and is totally absorbed by the Internet and virtual world. It represents different than previous generations’ life priorities, different skills and needs. These particular factors that affect young people’s attitude were included in this study.

Keywords:
generation Y, communication, culture, job market, candidates’ expectations of job, human resources management

DOI: 10.20472/BM.2016.4.2.005

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APA citation:
IZABELA STAŃCZYK, ANETA PIECZKA (2016). Generation Y on the job market. Young Poles' expectations of job and employer – results of research.. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. IV(2), pp. 56-70. , DOI: 10.20472/BM.2016.4.2.005


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