ORLANDO, Fla. — Credit union managers have a lot on their hands these days allowed Barbara Bauer, VP of the Omnia Group, a professional hiring expert and a savvy mentor in coping with workplaces where employees span the generations from Greatest to boomer to Y and younger.

At a session here during the Florida Credit Union League 2007 Annual Convention and Exposition, Bauer took CU managers through the defining characteristics of Gen-X, Gen-Y, baby boomers and the oldest segment, the Greatest generation members. “Yes, they are still working, those Greatest generation members, maybe just part-time, but they’re still active in the workforce,” she said.

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