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What are the differences between Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z?
A generation can be defined as an identifiable group that shares birth years and significant life events at critical development stages. For example, baby boomers share the early experience of rationing and the cultural social revolutions of the 1960s and 70s; Millenials grew up in a post-Cold War era but have become adults at a time where housing is more expensive than ever before; and Generation Z, who are just beginning to enter the workplace, know only the post-9/11 world and have been immersed in digital technology and social media from an early age.
Generational differences in the workplace can be seen within a wider diversity framework – the successful management of a diverse body of employees can lead to a number of business benefits. However, failure to recognise and take into account generational differences and values can lead to disengagement and higher turnover of staff.
Alan offers expert advice to enei Members on interpreting the law and delivering best practice policies. Alan is also responsible for developing policy responses and works closely with stakeholders on technical issues.
He has extensive experience as a human resources professional in financial services, manufacturing and consultancy. Between 1994 and 2001 he held senior roles in HR within the Credit Suisse Group and previously in the Merrill Lynch European HR team.
Kieron is responsible for recruiting and engaging enei Members to ensure their continued support for enei’s strategy, benchmarking, campaigns and networking events. He also helps to develop, deliver and promote enei’s training and consultancy to Members and non-members. Kieron leads on gender equality and apprenticeships. Kieron began his career in talent acquisition and management in 1999 working within the financial and professional sectors as well as public health.
He designs and implements practical work based programmes that address the issues causing under-representation of talent groups in the workforce, drawing together cost effective solutions that drive productivity. Experienced in carrying out diversity audits, he also has project management experience of delivering inclusion strategies that deal with cultural, systemic and process change.