Perceptions of Millennials in the Military: Self, theorized, and leaders’ perspectives
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Many inside and outside of the U.S. Navy believe that differences between Millennials and younger generations, will require that organizations adapt their practices to attract, motivate, and retain top Millennial (GenY) talent. A review of published research on generational differences (summarized in the figure below) found that although there are some differences between Millennials and other generations (for instance Millennials increasing use of technology and a greater focus on self), there are few differences between the generations’ expectations of leadership, incentive preferences, and work ethic.
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