- 'Make physical attendance at the office, including meetings, optional
- 'Use networking technology to let employees work from anywhere'
But do Gen-Yers need employment and career counselling?
Well, yes, I think so. Even if the availability of counselling to students and employed people in this society has considerably improved since the Boomers were in the early stages of their careers the world of work has become much more complicated than it was then and is subject to more rapid change. The Gen-Yers need counselling (whether they're aware of it or not) and eCounselling looks like being a viable way of doing it, at attractive costs and availability, for many of them.