Your recent article on skilled Georgia workers being in demand was most interesting and well done, but one critical piece of the story was missing. Having been laid off in a thinning of senior employees from an engineering position almost two years ago, I was quickly introduced to a very harsh and increasingly prevalent reality.
Moderated by Rick Badie
They work side by side — baby boomers, millennials and generation Xers. It’s the workplace of the 21st century, disparately rich with personalities, communication styles and ideas of work values. Today, a Georgia Tech engineer offers ways to get them all on the same page and focused on goals. Another guest writer asks millennials to step up and serve. The third author shares his job-hunting experience.
Change yourself, change the masses
By Hank Hobbs
Today’s organizations are complex phenomena not easily understood and often misrepresented. This is due in part to the complex structures of most and their staffing with people of various educational levels, backgrounds, cultures, values, personalities, motivations and attitudes towards employment.