The Net-generation, also known as Millennials or Generation Y, is currently encountering hard economic times. This could be due to a family members' loss of a job or 401k savings, a foreclosure, making do with less, or through observing these problems in national headlines and class topics. The overcompensation of executives, scandals of corporate pyramid schemes, bank failures, fallen administrators and high unemployment rates are part of their daily news. Will this affect the Net-generation’s level of trust toward management in organizations? Will they expect to be treated fairly? This information is important for organizations to understand as significant predictors of trust in management have been found to lead to significant outcomes in turnover intent and commitment (Connell, Ferres, & Travaglione, 2003). Retaining workers is beneficial to companies for continuity of knowledgeable employees and decreased hiring costs. This paper discusses the Net-generation’s attitude toward employment and employers. Net-generation college students were surveyed for their perceptions of their employment experiences and expectations regarding trust in management and procedural justice.
|Keywords:||Net-generation, Trust, Management, Procedural Justice|
Assistant Professor, Business Studies and Economics Department, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, USA
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