Generation Z in the Workplace

Helping the Newest Generation in the Workforce Build Successful Working Relationships and Career Path

Generation Z in the Workplace is the first in a four-part series

There has been a great deal of discussion about generation gaps and how they are creating challenges in the workplace. Does the youngest generation in the workforce – Gen Z (born after 1995) – have the skills to set themselves up for success at work? 

In Generation Z in the Workplace, multigenerational workplace scholar, Dr. Candace Steele Flippin offers research-based insights and easy to follow suggestions aimed at helping young workers and their supervisors build working relationships and productive work environments. 

Generation Z in the Workplace explores insights from our young, up-and-coming workforce and helps readers understand what Gen Z want from their careers. 

Supervisors of Gen Z workers will learn:

  • How to prevent “job hopping” and keep Gen Z workers for the long-term
  • How to help Gen Z workers grow even if promotions are not available
  • What are Generation Z’s top career priorities

Gen Z workers will discover:

  • How to communicate and work with their boss and the other generations at work
  • The benefits of building a support network
  • How to create a career development plan

Supervisors of Gen Z workers will learn:

  • How to prevent “job hopping” and keep Gen Z workers for the long term
  • How to help Gen Z workers grow even if promotions are not available
  • What are Generation Z’s top career priorities

Gen Z workers will discover:

  • How to communicate and work with their boss and the other generations at work
  • The benefits of building a support network
  • How to create a career development plan

Thanks for helping us understand Gen Z

I think this book is a great opportunity to learn more about this new generation and what they bring to the work force, and even further how they complement the current work force environment and how they can strengthen and improve the way thing operate today. By learning about them, we will definitely work better with them! Thanks to Dr. Flippin for her insights and helping us all understand Gen Z.

~Amazon Review

Millennials in the Workplace

Helping the Largest Generation Group Succeed at Work and in Their Careers

Millennials in the Workplace is the second book in a four-part series

In her second book, Millennials in the Workplace, multigenerational workplace scholar, Dr. Candace Steele Flippin offers research-based insights and easy to follow exercises designed to help the 54 million Millennial (also known as Gen Y) workers build successful career paths and productive relationships with their supervisors.

By distilling her research down into practical tips for Millennials as well as their supervisors, Millennials in the Workplace provides a road map for a successful career journey and productive workplace environment.

Supervisors of Millennial workers will learn:

  • How to help develop Millennial workers
  • Key career priorities for Millennials
  • What Millennials want from their managers to help them succeed
  • The behaviors that limit Millennials at work

Millennial workers will discover:

  • How to communicate and work with other generations
  • How to better relate to their supervisor
  • Career advice insights from other Millennials
  • Tools to create a career development plan

Supervisors of Millennial workers will learn:

  • How to help develop Millennial workers
  • Key career priorities for Millennials
  • What Millennials want from their managers to help them succeed
  • The behaviors that limit Millennials at work

Millennial workers will discover:

  • How to communicate and work with other generations
  • How to better relate to their supervisor
  • Career advice insights from other Millennials
  • Tools to create a career development plan

GREAT BOOK!!! A MUST READ for ANYONE who works with Millennials

This books not only helps you understand the Millennial “mindset”, it will help you help them to succeed in the workplace!!!!

~Amazon Review