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There were signs this might not be a seamless working relationship from the start.
'I wouldn't have minded a private room in which to speak to her.'Not that her boss was always there to offer advice anyway, because her seniority didn't stop her holding the popular millennial view that work-life balance is sacrosanct.'She spent half her week working from home and often came in late on a Monday.
Everyone else rolled in casually after 9am and clocked off on the dot of 5.30. It wasn't ideal.'And call me old-fashioned, but I prefer to speak to people face-to-face than constantly emailing people.'And when her boss did speak to Alexandra, it tended to be in indecipherable jargon.
But all the while, her potential employer's smartphone pinged continuously with notifications from Instagram.'She was distracted and spoke in business jargon at breakneck speed,' recalls Alexandra.
'I tried to learn the systems in my lunch hour and took my Mac home with me — but the work piled in too quickly.'My colleagues said they were too busy to help.It wasn't just their different approaches to work attire that struck Alexandra, however, but their attitudes to the interview itself.Self-consciously slipping off her jacket in the chaotic confines of a bustling coffee shop, she struggled to deliver a painstakingly prepared presentation that would prove she was the right choice for the position of marketing manager at an upmarket catering company.Alexandra had been working in the marketing industry for 20 years when, in February, she joined the fashionable London catering firm whose marketing arm was managed by her millennial boss.She realised that, for all her ability and knowledge, being in her 40s also made her something of an anomaly.'As well as our boss, the rest of my team of six were also female, in their 20s and had clearly been recruited to reflect the creative, youthful vibe of the company,' says Alexandra, who lives in Bromley, Kent, and is engaged to Cez, 38, a financial consultant.'You could count the number of staff aged over 40 on one hand.
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I felt bullied and left out.'Having been trained to finish one job at a time, Alexandra loathed the multi-tasking expected from a generation known for its ever-decreasing attention span.'As part of our marketing strategy, we were encouraged to check our social media accounts throughout the day.