Ensure You Manage Your Employees Effectively
The workplace is becoming more generationally diverse than ever before. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, for the first time there are five generations working together in the workforce. It is possible to have 60+-year-olds working beside 20-year-olds and recent college graduates supervising employees old enough to be their parents.
Right now, the three generations that are most prevalent in the workforce are Baby Boomers, Generation Xers and Millennials. But as more Generation Zers enter the workforce and the Traditionalists and Baby Boomers continue to retire, the workplace environment will see exponential changes.
This whitepaper will provide employers with best practices on managing across generations including:
- Understanding the differences among the generations
- Determining the most effective management style
- Tips for bridging the generation gaps
- And more…