Interesting article about the change of work through a next generation.

Lisa Evans writes,

Baby boomer managers can be credited with creating employee support programs. Generation X managers can be credited with making the workplace more informal, making the term “business casual” commonplace. What will the next breed of managers bring to the workplace?

Chip Espinoza has studied millennials in the workplace. The author of the recent book Millennials Who Manage and the 2010 book Managing the Millennials says this new generation of managers will take a step further in creating a people-first workplace. Generation X managers popularized the term work-life balance, but millennial managers are seeking a blend of work and life. “They don’t mind accessing their work life during their personal life, but they also want to access their personal life during work,” says Espinoza.

Sounds logic to me. You will find the full article – Here