15 Jun Kaye/Bassman’s Managing Partner, Greg Zoch, Featured in The Street, 3 Reasons Baby Boomers and Millennials Are More Alike Than Anyone Wants to Admit
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Kaye/Bassman’s Managing Partner, Greg Zoch, Featured in The Street, 3 Reasons Baby Boomers and Millennials Are More Alike Than Anyone Wants to Admit
Dallas, TX | 6/15/2015
By: Kathryn Tuggle
Although the most common discussions around Millennials and Baby Boomers in the workplace often involve phrases such as “bridging the gap” or “coping with differences,” these two generations may not be as dissimilar as we’ve been led to believe. Here’s a look at three reasons the Millennial worker and Boomer worker may be more similar than we give them credit for.
Boomers and Millennials both have a sensitivity to social injustice and causes, says Greg Zoch, partner and managing director at executive search firm Kaye/Bassman International. “They approach it differently, which is a technology thing,” he says. “Millennials can reach more people on social media than we ever could before, but they’re not afraid to march. Boomers marched in Mississippi for Civil Rights; Millennials rallied for the Occupy Wall Street movement. It’s the values that are similar.”
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