Experiences of the younger supervisor, The: implications for organizations
With four generations in today's workforce, roles are being redefined to include a growing number of younger supervisor/older subordinate relationships, referred to as the intergenerational dyad. What current and limited literature exists about the intergenerational dyad exclusively addresses the issues of generational workplace differences between the younger supervisor and the older subordinate from the perspective of the older subordinate rather than from the perspective of the younger supervisor. Through a qualitative study combining aspects of phenomenology and narrative inquiry, data were ...
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