How to manage employees younger than you?
Director of human resources for a start-up with 50 employees specializing in distance learning, Pierre Monclos has experienced this.
However, recruiting and managing an older person quickly became a headache for this 37-year-old manager.
Parachuted into the position of director of human resources at just 30 years old and within a management committee more senior than him, he preferred to part with a more experienced employee, hired as an educational engineer to favor consistency. teams.
This is the first time that the cultural gap was so important with a new recruit.
She advocated old-fashioned management, different from that which exists in the company, with, for example, imposed hours, whereas we had introduced flexible hours.
This made us realize that our recruitment process lacked a step on the "cultural fit", in order to…
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