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Journal: International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research (IJHRMR) (Vol.8, No. 4)

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Page : 1-18

Keywords : Baby Boomers; Multi Generations; Performance & Perception;

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We are entering a new era in the workforce where the generation of baby boomers and generation x will be gradually and continuously replaced by the latest generation z and generation alfa (from 2010 the kids of now). Multigenerational symbiosis is an often researched yet not fully understood the aspect of Human Resources. Numerous researches have been carried out in various ways on this subject but Arsenault (2004, p.124) argues that generational differences topic is ‘plagued by erroneous misconceptions' and as such numerous scholars (Callanan and greenhaus, 2008; Edmunds and Turner, 2005; Giancola, 2006; Haynes,2011; Smola and Sutton, 2002) have called for additional research in this field. So, there is a need for understanding the differences in work values of employees from generation to generation and identify what is changing to better equip HR practices for it. This research is committed to finding the perception of HR personnel towards various generations in the organization and also to identify the differences in the workplace behavior of multi-generations. The study also suggests best practices for stronger performance of employees of Gen X & Gen Y.

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