Pick up any business magazine and there is likely to be an article about the implications of millennials in the workplace – their likes, dislikes, work habits and aspirations. But are the youngest generation at work today innately different from those in whose footsteps they are following? Are their career aspirations and work preferences truly at odds from generations before?
We will discuss these from different angles as part of our panel discussion, hearing the viewpoints of employers, universities, ACCA and students. How will the world of work change as Generation Next enters the workplace?
Louise McAlinden – Business Development Manager, ACCA
Louise's role is to partner with universities mainly in Scotland to embed the ACCA Qualification as number one choice for students who want to succeed in the accounting profession. She has been with ACCA in a variety of roles for 12 years and has seen lots of change in that time and feels very proud to have been part of that and to continue to be part of that change for the future.
Erica Cargill - Academic Strategic Lead, Department of Management, University of Aberdeen Business School
Erica Cargill is Academic Strategic Lead for the Department of Management at Aberdeen Business School. The Department is responsible for the delivery of a suite of eight undergraduate courses (including our two new Graduate Apprenticeships), two post graduate courses and our two flagship MBA courses.
Erica’s teaching and research interest areas capture Learning and Development, especially Work-Based and Work-Related education together with early career professional development.
2 CPD Units
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ACCA’s Generation Next report - Suggested reading
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