Converging values matures boomers

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Matures were significantly more satisfied than baby boomers and generation Xers. Thus, common method variance may be an issue and causal inferences cannot be made. Life stage and family stage differed for the generational groups and this should be explored in subsequent research. The findings are particularly relevant to managers and human resource professionals. Beutell, N.

Converging values: matures, boomers, xers, and nexters in the health care workforce

PRIME PubMed | Generational diversity--the Nexters

For the first time in recent history, the workforce includes four generations of employees--Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Nexters. These generations share some common values and beliefs, but they also exhibit differences stemming from the experiences of their eras. Understanding and appreciating these differences will help decrease generational conflict and support all generations in welcoming diversity. Nexters will enter the workforce in large numbers and will influence changes in the work environment just as Baby Boomers did. Tags Type your tag names separated by a space and hit enter. AORN J.

Converging values: matures, boomers, xers, and nexters in the health care workforce.

Generational diversity is not new, but 4 generations working side by side has not occurred before. This climate of 4 generational workers offers challenges and opportunities for leaders. Leaders must show the opportunities of a diverse workforce and provide the encouragement and enthusiasm of working in a 4-generation environment. This article will define the 4 generations, the perspectives, values and motivations of each and the opportunity to tap into this rich tapestry. Tags Type your tag names separated by a space and hit enter.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Corpus ID: Converging values: matures, boomers, xers, and nexters in the health care workforce. The successful leader will try several strategies to bridge the generational gap and use the expertise of each cohort group to facilitate patient care. The energy, technoliteracy, and commitment to a balance between work and personal time by the Generation X and Nexters will complement the wisdom and nursing experience of the Mature and Baby Boomer generations.