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Paper Title :
Working Conditions and Forms of Employment Expected by Employees from Generation Y, Entering The Global Labor Market

Author :Magdalena Kaczkowska-Serafinska

Article Citation :Magdalena Kaczkowska-Serafinska , (2017 ) " Working Conditions and Forms of Employment Expected by Employees from Generation Y, Entering The Global Labor Market " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 16-22, Volume-3,Issue-12

Abstract : This article aims to present and discuss the results of the author's conducted research in 2016 on the characteristics of future work, preferred forms of employment and working conditions in the opinion of employees from generation Y who are currently entering the global labor market. The presented results show the impact of cultural differences (Poland, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus) on the above issues and identify the areas in which the analyzed country of origin influences and in which it does not affect the perceived issues. Conclusions are recommendations for executives from around the world on how to manage employees from generation Y from different countries. Conclusions from the conducted research indicate, that all groups of respondents from different countries equally expect work stability, while Italian employees have higher expectations for flexible employment and employees from the eastern European countries are primarily expecting financial benefits from their jobs. In addition, Polish employees expect that the work will give them the opportunity to fulfil a wide range of professional activities through appropriate discretion and decision autonomy. On the other hand, employees in Italy expect variable job and dynamics of assigned tasks. In order to influence positively on job satisfaction, commitment and minimization of over-fluctuations among generation Y employees, firstly it is essential to identify and analyze their needs and to draw conclusions, as they are made in the article, and to recommend appropriate management practices to be implemented. Index Terms - Employees from generation Y, forms of employment, intercultural differences, management recommendations, working conditions

Type : Research paper


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