Generational diversity and quality of work life: Case study in the Colombian logistic sector
Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar
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Drawing upon generational differences in work values and attitudes, this article examines perception of quality of work life of three generational cohorts using survey data collected from 522 employees of the logistic sector of the Colombian Caribbean region. Results of ANOVA indicate that variables of quality of work life significantly differ depending on the generational membership of the employees. For example, Millennials were found to be a more distinct cohort from Gen Xers and Baby Boomers in terms of their relationship between promotion and career. However, the results suggest that employees in the older generations are likely to be more dedicated to, engrossed in, and even vigorous at work. © 2019 International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA).
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