We happen to have a very open stream of communication anyway, but I can imagine those who aren’t as close to their parent or child would get an extra benefit from this book.
People who aren’t used to discussing both sides of the argument for or against twentysomethings will be inspired and provoked; I can’t even imagine how many parent/child discussions this book sparked when previously both parties involved believed they had nothing to talk about.
Don't get me wrong-I love my job and I am so appreciative of the opportunity, but I definitely wanted to be in a role where I was doing more 'core' HR work.
Robin Marantz Henig belongs to the baby boomer generation, and her daughter Samantha is a millennial, aka a Twentysomething.
2) Hope bristles at her parents when they make a weekend visit to see their grandchild.
(The B-story in this one is literally that one character gets disappointed when another character cancels their game of squash.) 3) Michael pulls the plug on a home improvement project when it turns out that redoing the breakfast room will be more expensive than he'd planned.
I received an invite on a Monday to meet on the following Monday.
The Outlook invite that I received indicated that the interview would be an hour long and would consist of various behavioural questions.