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Quand la génération Y impose ses codes au travail. LE MONDE ECONOMIE | • Mis à jour le | Par Isabelle Chaperon Formidable jeunesse, comme l’ont clamé les universités d’été du Medef qui se sont tenues les 26 et 27 août à Jouy-en-Josas (Yvelines) ?

Quand la génération Y impose ses codes au travail

Une jeunesse déroutante, en tout cas, avoue Stéphane Treppoz, le président du numéro un de la chaussure en ligne, Sarenza. L’entrepreneur a récemment proposé à ses salariés – 29 ans d’âge moyen – de leur payer la moitié de leurs jours de RTT en heures supplémentaires. L’entrepreneur de 49 ans escomptait une large adhésion. Las, « seulement 10 % ont accepté cette proposition. Lire aussi La qualité de vie au travail, un critère qui prend du galon Chacun l’a remarqué, les fameux « Y » ou « millenials » – nés entre 1980 et 1997 – n’acceptent pas les codes traditionnels du monde du travail. Cela pourrait paraître anecdotique.

Les millenials sont allergiques à la hiérarchie ? Faire bouger les lignes Mais pourquoi diable ce traitement de faveur ? Millennials Infographic. Mais qui sont donc les consommateurs de la génération Y? Millennials, la génération sans pareille. XEnvoyer cet article par e-mail Millennials, la génération sans pareille XEnvoyer cet article par e-mailMillennials, la génération sans pareille Digital natives, Y et Z Les baby-boomers voulaient changer la société, les millennials changeront l’homme Les baby-boomers voulaient renverser la table en 68.

Millennials, la génération sans pareille

Par Philippe Plassart “Faut qu’on parle ! “Les jeunes nés après 1980, et plus encore ceux nés après 1995, portent assurément comme leurs aînés de l’après-guerre des valeurs singulières. Que se passe-t-il en réalité ? Troisième main, nouvelle tête : une mutation d’ordre anthropologique Pour prendre la véritable mesure de la mutation en cours, il faut la vision longue et profonde de l’anthropologie. “Un nouvel humain est né. Pour Michel Serres, il y a plus : “notre tête a changé aussi puisque nous tenons via l’ordinateur portable – et sa mémoire mille fois plus puissante – notre cognition ‘hors de nous’.

La révolution technologique touche en second au lien social et à son intensité. Millennials are more conservative than Boomers or Gen Xers were at their age, study finds. National polls suggest millennials will vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by large margins in November, but that doesn’t mean millennials lean further to the left than young people of previous generations.

Millennials are more conservative than Boomers or Gen Xers were at their age, study finds

On the contrary, according to a new study, a larger percentage of millennials identified as conservative during their last year of high school than did Baby Boomers and GenXers when they were the same age. In 1976, when Baby Boomers were donning their caps and gowns, 21% of high school seniors identified themselves as conservative. In 2014, when it was the millennials’ turn to graduate, 29% did so, the study authors report. Meanwhile, the percentage of high school seniors who identified as liberal was 35% in 1976 and 34% in 2014.

“In the 1980s, when the GenXers were young, it was considered the height of the young conservative — remember Alex P. On average, Americans identify as more politically liberal at age 18 and become increasingly conservative between their 20s and 60s. How millennials will save us from our broken economic system. In a crisis of economic and political leadership, who should we turn to for a vision of the future, for the rebirth of our society?

How millennials will save us from our broken economic system

Turn to the young, for they shall inherit the earth. A crisis of capitalism and leadership Capitalism is coming under attack. The way of the free market, with its gospel of globalization and the primacy of growth and GDP as a measure of happiness, is under siege. From the financial crisis of 2008, via the great recession that followed, into the quantitatively eased pains of low consumption and investment, the emperor of profit stands naked, undressed by the Panama Papers. Faced with these challenges, our leaders have been called out and found wanting. New problems call for new leaders Our national, regional and international institutions and paradigms have been called into question. But look beyond the pre-millennium institutions and to the problems we face here and now.

Are these social, political, business or cultural questions? 1. 2. 3. 4. Share Written by. The millennial impact on healthcare tech: Convenience rules. Millennials’ unique exposure to technology provides them new and different views on health than previous generations.

The millennial impact on healthcare tech: Convenience rules

Millennials may have the greatest interest in digital health initiatives, which align with the current advances in telehealth, the use of telecommunications technologies supporting long-distance health care. With telehealth, physicians can diagnose and prescribe necessary medicines without physically having to see a patient. Harris Poll (Harris Interactive, Inc.) found 74 percent of millennials are interested in utilizing telehealth, and 63 percent believe that they would be provided a better diagnosis using this technology. Healthcare organizations are engaging more millennials by improving means of virtual communication. For example, installing HD webcams and providing personalized messaging to patients. The social mobile impact A 2015 report by Salesforce found that almost half of people age 18 to 34 do not have a personal relationship with their physician.