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Working for Someone Young Enough to Date Your Kid

Working for Someone Young Enough to Date Your Kid

By Barbara Peters Smith Being willing to work for a boss who's younger than you seems to be part of the workplace survival scenario for employees in their 50s and 60s. So don't be surprised if you find yourself answering to someone who could easily be dating material for one of your kids. Here's the good... Read More »

Younger Bosses Managing Older Workers: Increasingly Common, And Rife With Conflict

Younger Bosses Managing Older Workers: Increasingly Common, And Rife With Conflict

By Susan Ricker The corner office may now belong to someone younger than you, according to a new CareerBuilder survey. Thirty-four percent of U.S. workers say they are older than their bosses, and 15 percent say they work for someone who is at least 10 years younger, noting a shift in the correlation between... Read More »

How to Handle a Younger Boss

How to Handle a Younger Boss

By Lisa Johnson Mandell It's easy to be resentful when you have to take orders from someone who is younger than you. You might be more experienced, better educated, more knowledgeable and have seniority, but still, you're forced to submit to someone who might have been entering kindergarten when you were... Read More »

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