Strategic HR

Survey Reveals Generational Differences Towards Company Management and Taking the Management Track

The annual survey examining employees’ workplace preferences, career goals, and professional values by Addison Group revealed a startling result—only 33% of workers believe that being a manager has the potential to advance their career, making the management track a low priority for them.

Addison Group, staffing service provider, attributes this sentiment to a rising trend in which workers are discovering opportunities to advance their careers, and make more money, without having to take on the extra work associated with a management role, according to a press release.

The staffing company also believes these results are influenced by the fact that a quarter of today’s workers work by themselves and rarely interact with their manager.

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