Millennials and Baby Boomers bring vastly different expectations and values to the workforce—while Generation X often struggles in the middle. Learn how to engage each generation’s strengths.
Sharon Aut | February 14, 2017
Multigenerational workforces are not new, but the gaps between generations have never been so wide. Aging Baby Boomers are staying in the workforce longer, even as Millennials recently became the largest share of the workforce. Trends on both ends of the spectrum demand a much more collaborative, networked, and fluid workplace where each generation is actively engaged.
To recruit the best and brightest talent, while also retaining intellectual capital, you must be willing to change. This starts with understanding generational differences, continues with embracing new strategies and ways of working, and eventually forms the fabric of a more flexible, culturally agile organization.