|Posté le: Lun 26 Juin - 13:11 (2017) Sujet du message: Work-Life Fusion: A Guide To Freedom And Autonomy At Work D
<h3>Are you managing people who seem emotionally attached to their smartphones?
</h3><h3>Is an older employee taking too long to learn a new software?</h3>
With three generations making up the majority of the workforce, relationships with colleagues of different ages can often be tense, frustrating, or just plain confusing.
As technology catapults us into the future, the way we manage work and life is changing rapidly. As we move away from the traditional paradigm of work-life balance and enter the <strong>era of the fused work environment</strong>, there can often be misunderstandings between managers and direct reports as well as among coworkers.
This quick and informative read is designed to help people better understand each other so they can experience <strong>successful interactions at work</strong>. In addition, insight is offered to employers and managers that can help with the development of policies related to technology use in the workplace.
Based on several research studies conducted by Donna L. Haeger, Ph.D., this book explores the current shift in the workplace—the shift toward <strong>work-life fusion</strong>.
<h2>A Work Environment for Everyone…
We guarantee that by reading this book, you will:
<strong><ul><li>Learn something new about the current work environment
</li><li>Better understand your coworkers</li><li>Recognize the needs of your employees and/or people you manage at work</li></ul></strong>
It’s time to gain a deeper understanding of your technological needs at work and learn how you can experience greater freedom and autonomy.
Together, we are all adapting to new digital environments.
What’s stopping you from embracing generational differences?
<strong>Scroll to the top and click the </strong><strong>“buy now” button.</strong>
bound: 92 pages
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