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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. This paper focuses on the current generations: the Baby Boomers, X, Y and Z in the context of human capital management of the 21st century in selected corporations in the Czech Republic. The turbulent developments as a result of industrialization, modernization and globalization has created differences between generations. Save to Library.
The workplace is undergoing some major generational changes, which are manifesting themselves both in office design and culture. Unfortunately, it can be a bit of an unpleasant shock to Boomers. While there are currently four distinct generations of employees working in offices around the world today, Baby Boomers have been the driving force in office culture and design for decades. For most of their careers, Baby Boomers have been working in office environments designed to cater to their preferences and workstyles, but the modern office is now beginning to shift due to the growing number of Millennial employees. This can pose a challenge to business owners who are struggling to balance the competing interests of these two groups of employees. The U. The philosophical differences between generations are quite substantial, impacting the things and qualities that employees seek out and value in an office environment.
Purpose: Active sport tourism is one of the fastest rising leisure segments. Considering the extensive growth of both the millennial and baby boomers generation in this sector, there are large-scale economic potentials for tourism practitioners. The aim of this study is to explore the characterics of baby boomers and millennial active sport tourists and to differentiate them by relevant factors. Methods: Applying a qualitative research design numerical data is collected by using online surveys about the characteristics, needs and motivations of baby boomer and millennial active sport tourists. Results: Significant differences were found between the groups regarding social-economic characteristics gender, education level, marital status and income and motivations. Recommendations for professionals in the sector are suggested.
The purpose of the study is to group Lebanese wine consumers based on generational cohorts.
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