Addressing Generational Differences in the Workplace
Working with people with different views and backgrounds often benefits companies. Bringing different ethics, values and experiences to the table can lead to better and more aligned results. Such an innovative end result is due to the merging of generations. Despite their different perspectives and positions at work, these different generations can be brought together.
In the workforce today there are typically five different generations. From Baby Boomers nearing retirement to Generation Z fresh out of college, these demographics have been shaped by the world around them and the many changes during their lifetimes. Naturally there have been shifts in the workforce based on life experiences. These changes primarily revolve around workplace culture, as well as leadership and training. Below, you’ll look at each generation and learn how organizations can better leverage intergenerational workforce dynamics.
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