It's time to revisit the workplace generation gap that pits Generation X employees against managers from prior generations. When last we checked in, the economy and dot-coms were going strong and Generation X employees (those Americans born between 1963 and 1977) were insisting on promotions and showing unwillingness to hang around in organizations to pay their dues. All of this drew the ire of managers who had advanced through the ranks precisely by hanging around in organizations to pay ...
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