A study was conducted by the MIT Sloan Business School to assess the workplace trends and professional preferences of the so-called Generation Y. This generation is likely to dominate the workplace trends over the next forty years. It was found out during the study, that the Generation Y-ers attach a great bit of significance on external loci such as image or money. They also consider bonus payments and incentives as the best way to go about talent management and retention. The study was quite detailed conducted across educational institutes in Germany. A separate sub-survey was also performed for MBA grads, another for other master’s, and yet another for those with a graduation degree alone. Some have industry experience within the country, some outside, and others being freshers.


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