Labor Conditions a Top Issue in New Year
Tightening labor conditions and generation gap bring labor conditions to the fore
(Boonton, NJ, January 9, 2014) The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to a five year low in November, signaling the return of a familiar management challenge: Finding and keeping workers is about to get harder.
A generation gap only toughens the task. While baby boomer bosses are accustomed to one way of doing business, workers in their 20s and 30s arent as apt to accept grueling conditions as their parents were.
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