the Generation Gap

Helping different generations see eye
to eye

In today’s organizations we see many generations on the job. While baby boomers and gen Z might function differently, everyone has important traits to bring to the table. Millennials are well on their way to making up almost half of the workforce, so it’s important to address generation challenges now. We know companies are working to unite their workforce, and we’re here to help.

Some generation gap topics we’ll cover with you include:

• Bridging generations

• Key age and generation terms

• Dos and don’t for uniting coworkers of different ages

• Experiences of different generations at work

• Age disconnects on the job

 

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64% | It’s a priority for 64% of millennials to make the world a better place.

72% | Almost three quarters of millennials would like to be their own boss. But if they do have to work for a boss, 79% of them would want that boss to serve more as a coach or mentor.

88% | Most millennials—88%—prefer a collaborative work culture rather than a competitive one.

74% | The old 9 to 5 isn’t resonating with millennials—74% want flexible work schedules.

88% | Work and life now blend together—so 88% if millennials want “work-life integration.”

Managing all generations in the workplace is a growing challenge for organizations. When employees of all ages can understand one another and treat each other with respect, everyone can work together to succeed. We know companies are working to unite their workforce, and we’re here to help.