We've made a fair amount of noise about the generational differences in today's workplaces. There are four generations of workers in the labour market, each with different expectations and methods of work. But in most workplaces, regardless of workers' ages and attitudes, there is one constant: they all use the same computers. Today's computers might be versatile enough to support various working styles, but are workers—young and old—adaptable enough to use them efficiently?
‘Tis the season of the FIFA Women's World Cup. This time, it’s women who are going to be playing, beginning this Sunday June 26 and ending July 17, in Germany. It may not be as popular as the men's World Cup, but it is a busy and important year for women's football/soccer! Will the rate of employee absenteeism be as high as when the men's World Cup took place? Maybe not; but still, what can employers do to manage a sudden outbreak of "World Cup flu" cases in their workplace?
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