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Is Work Destined For Generational Discord?

Eat Sleep Work Repeat

Bruce Daisley

Workplace Culture, Social Sciences, Management, Work, Culture, Business, Science

4.7991 Ratings

🗓️ 13 March 2023

⏱️ 42 minutes

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Ellen Scott is the deputy digital editor of Stylist and someone who has achieved recognition for having a sharp eye when it comes to observing the changing face of work.

Ellen was one of the first voices to pick up on the TikTok trend of Quiet Quitting, she's written about 'the ambi-work' movement and continues to give voice to the challenges facing Gen Z and Millennial workers. We talk about whether is as fair a deal today as it always was, and what firms could do to improve things.

You can read some of her past articles here

You'll find Joel Golby's final London Rental Property of the Week linked here.

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Hello, I'm Bruce Aisley, thank you for listening today.


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You'll see that at the top of the show notes here. Today is a


conversation that a lot of people have asked about really a lot of people either


when I'm out in firms and having conversations with companies or whether people get in touch


for me on the podcast they often say I wonder if you can cover anything related to


generational challenges at work and this this emergent idea that we've got more


generations at work than ever before baby boomers Jen X we've got millennials and


now Jen Z Z are all in the workplace.


Gen Z are that generation of workers


sort of emergent who are born after the millennium


so they are up to the age of 22, right now 23.


And the question is often asked whether younger millennials and Gen Zs have got a slightly different perspective on work and why might that be and how would we address it.


I think it raises really big questions. I always think about this podcast about making work better about


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