Author | Diana PardoFear of losing one’s job is undoubtedly the main concern during any period of recession. However, not all generations confront it in the same way. Age differences that translate into cultural divergences are changing the way we look at basic concepts such as salaries and, in fact, the incorporation of Millennials is causing a mini labour revolution.Requests by employees, who are increasingly younger, no longer focus exclusively on money matters as was the case with boomers, instead, they are concerned with quality of life and flexibility in their professional careers. The inclusion of this human value in economic salaries is known as Emotional Salary.
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