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Category: Age Diversity

Generational Engagement: an intra-generational Task

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Age diversity is a constantly evolving dimension with changing implications. Currently, many companies are still struggling to smoothly integrate various generations into the same workplace. We have already discussed the daily challenges posed by generational cohabitation (see article Generational culture ... read more

U2B 2013: University meets Diversity!


On April, 25 and 26 Henkel was premium partner of the networking and recruiting event “University2business” of the Cologne Business School. This year it took place under the motto “Workforce of Tomorrow – Managing Diversity in the 21st Century”. The ... read more

Generation Z – What is this about?

Companies are still struggling a bit to understand the generation Y and now already the next generation is knocking at the door, as customers as well as future employees! So, who are they? What is there mentality? What do we ... read more

Lifelong learning – A catchphrase or a necessity?

Chinese Employees

Lifelong learning is a catchphrase which is heart quite often in the recent years. So, what exactly are we talking about? ... read more

Happy International Women’s Day!

Today, March the 8th, all over the world the International Women’s Day is celebrated. Various events are taking place all over the globe and the achievements of women in the last decades and centuries are praised. This day should sensitize ... read more

Controlling and Diversity – Do they go together?

A recently published study of Ernst & Young shows that German companies do not fully exploit the potential of diversity. One main reason for this is the lack of a diversity controlling, as well as the missing link to the ... read more

Skill crisis instead of war for talents

Education to

The McKinsey Center for Government has published the report ‘Education to Employment: Designing a System that Works’ and states the paradox, that while 75 million young people globally are unemployed, companies complain about the war for talents (only 43% of ... read more

Science dispels prejudices regarding older workers

Thomas W.H. Ng, Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong, and Daniel C. Feldmann, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Synovus Chair of Servant Leadership at the University of Georgia, conducted a meta-analysis to dispel common myths and prejudices ... read more