Friday July 3, 2020

How to manage the myth of multi-generational tension

Studies reveal that employees working with multiple different age groups are 10 per cent happier than those who work only with peers

30th June, 2019
Leaders need to understand each generation in order to maximise their productivity

It will soon be commonplace to have up to five different generations of workers in the same organisation. With retirement ages increasing and longer life expectancy, a generation that would previously be retiring is now staying in the workplace, while millennials will soon be the largest portion of the working population.

What are the challenges associated with this? What do leaders need to understand about how each generation works to maximise their productivity as both...

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