Let me admit right off that the title of this article is deliberately misleading. It feeds into the popular misconception that the workplace is populated by a bunch of generational tribes engaged in rivalries and conflicts with each other. Unquestionably there are real differences, misunderstandings and tensions among workers born in different eras but the assertion......Full article >>>
ach other (43% frequently observed; 46% sometimes observed)
Perspectives of workers from two or more different generations balancing one another (24% frequently observed; 52% sometimes observed)
Better quality of work due to variety of generation perspectives (21% frequently observed; 69% sometimes observed)
Intergenerational mentoring - formal and informal (21% frequ......Full article >>>
ged. We broke down the data by three age groups: Under 35, 35-44 and 45 and older. We consistently found that younger workers saw positives and negatives in the intergenerational picture to a far greater extent than their counterparts from other generations.
In several cases, the younger workers saw a much rosier picture of the workplace. For example, 56% of workers under 35 frequently ob......Full article >>>
erences while taking steps to neutralize the negatives. Be aware of and sensitive to any differences that may exist in the perspectives and experiences of the respective generations in your workforce. Our survey showed that the younger the worker, the more sensitive they were to generational differences both positive and negative. So make sure you know and are publicizing the positive aspects of i......Full article >>>
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