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Trends in the modern workplace indicate that for the first time, 4 generations are working closely together. However, organizations are finding that they are not equipped to deal with the generational opportunities and conflicts that may be arising, due to these generational gaps.

In order to further explore this topic and raise awareness on how to manage generational differences, Kwena Mabotja, representing University Alliances was a panelist in an Innovation and diversity panel discussion, taking place during the People Weeks at the SAP offices in Johannesburg, on the 15th of October 2014.

  SAP UA inspires Milennials to see SAP as an employer of choice. Through the panel discussion, SAP UA Africa was able to provide insights on understanding Milennials as the future workforce, their attitudes, needs and expectations. The vibrant discussion promoted awareness on how to manage Milennials and other generational groups, providing insights on how SAP Africa can maintain competitiveness by attracting and retaining t

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