Over the course of time, more and more longitudinal and cross sectional data on work values and work ethics has been gathered by researchers and institutions worldwide. Based on this data, more and more studies have been published about changes in work values. This book gathers current global knowledge about cohort or generational differences in work values ethics. Furthermore, this book gives a broad picture of the global changes in the economy, the work force, and Human Resource (HR) practices needed to manage generational diversity and develop Generation Y in organisations. The book presents international perspectives, bringing studies from different countries on different continents. Since Generation Y/Me has been recognised as a generation with unique values regarding family, education, work, politics etc., and since this generation has become more meaningful in the workforce and in management, there is a special emphasis in this book on Generation Y values, attitudes, and ethics regarding working life and the workplace. This book (as well as each chapter) focuses on the applications of this knowledge to managers and Human Resource practitioners. Part One focuses on findings from seven countries (Canada, China, Israel, South Africa, India, USA and Colombia) that can give us an international perspective regarding generational differences/ Generation Y in work values and ethics. Part Two is about generational differences in work and leadership values among managers from Eastern and Western Europe. Part Three concludes with the practical applications that can be drawn from the accumulated knowledge about Generation Y work values regarding managing and developing Generation Y leadership roles.