Generation Y in Consumer and Labour Markets explores the role of people born in the late 1970s and 1980s as consumers and coworkers in an emerging post-modernist society. Having grown up in a branded society overcrowded with commercial messages and a never-ending supply of choices and opportunities, Generation Y not only influences consumption patterns, they also bring their values to work life, thus changing the attitudes towards the employee-employer relationship and how work is being done. Generation Y particularly see work as a venue of self-realization and the boundaries between work and leisure time are becoming blurredathus the consumer and labor markets converge in some critical dimensions. This book delves into the substantial research body on characteristics and behaviors of the Generation Y, including their relation to other generations and the role of understanding generations in developing effective and attractive organizations. It further outlines the experiences and best practice for attracting, recruiting, selling to, and communicating with Generation Y, based on the authoras experiences from hundreds of organizations where he has been involved as a consultant a offering the reader a better understanding of generations in marketing research, and the impact of generations in employee-employer relations.Some companies provide usera#39;s guides and software also for 10-year-old products on their websitesaa great opportunity to stay attractive among consumers who have a problem solved easily through visiting the website. A SonyEricsson useranbsp;...
|Title||:||Generation Y in Consumer and Labour Markets|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2011-09-16|