How many generations are there now? We have multiple generations in the workplace, with Generation Z soon entering the workforce. How do we connect all of these generations to make a productive and effective work environment? In this session, you will learn about the newest generation, Generation Z, who you will be interviewing and working with you in the next couple of years, if not already. How are they similar and how are they different from the generations that come before them? Working with your peers, you will work through current challenges created by having multiple generations and flip those challenges to opportunities. These opportunities will merge the older generation's experience and knowledge with the energetic and innovative mindset of the younger generation.
• Gain an understanding of what motivates each generation and how to take that understanding to create a more inclusive and efficient work environment.
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University of Alaska Fairbanks
Amy is a full-time accounting instructor and faculty adviser for Great Alaskan Accounting People (GAAP), a student accounting organization, and for the IRS VITA program. Amy worked for almost tens years in public accounting and continues her involvement by providing contract services, including tax research and preparation for CPA firms. Amy also has served as the president of the Alaska Society of CPAs, and is currently a member of the AICPA Young Member Leadership Committee and the AICPA Nominations Committee.
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