The next generation gets plenty of bad press. They want it all and they want it now. Not only do they want a good salary from day one, but they also want to be able to tell you what you’re doing wrong. That’s the perception anyway.

With perception there’s always some truth; young people have grown up in the midst of a technological revolution which facilitates greater speed, flexibility and agility in everyday life. This undoubtedly informs their expectations at work. But what’s easy to forget is that much of what they want is really no different to generations before them. 


Contributors include:

Joseph Sung, Vice-Chancellor and President, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

David Baverez, author of Paris-Pekin Express

Sebastien Pivet, Quality Assurance and CSR Professional

Christine Raynaud, CEO, Morgan Philips Greater China

Amélie Breitburd, Chief Financial Officer, AXA Asia

Alex Watkins, Senior Designer, M Moser Associates

Stanislas Bocquet, Founder, PALO IT

Stephanie Villemagne, MBA Director & Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, CUHK Business School,

Sean O. Ferguson, Associate Dean of Masters Programs & Director of MBA Programs, HKUST Business School

Melina Lai, Director of Office of Careers & Placement Services, PolyU

Syed Asim Hussein, Co-Founder, Black Sheep Restaurants

Olivier Blum, Chief Human Resources Officer, Schneider Electric