Tags: Employees, Treatment of Employees
This Research Report helps understanding of the different characteristics of the four different generations currently recognised in the global workforce and discusses what organisations can do to promote engagement with business ethics.
Both ageing populations and the new generation entering the workplace are creating new opportunities and challenges for employers, especially in relation to embedding business ethics. For this reason, understanding the different characteristics of the generations is fundamental in building a culture founded on ethical values.
This IBE Research Report identifies the common attitudes to business ethics of the four different generations currently recognised in the global workforce and discusses what organisations can do to help such multigenerational workforces engage with business ethics, citing examples of good practice.
- Information about an intergenerational workforce
- Characteristics of the generations (Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials)
- Attitudes to business ethics, and
- Promoting shared values.