Morgan Young: Six Strategies to Unleash the Potential of a Multi-Generational Workforce
Every contemporary workplace features a degree of diversity. Some more than others. One of the most universal diversity attributes shared by workplaces today is that of having multiple generations of employees collaborating, hot desking and team-building together.
In 2019, it is highly likely that at least four generations will be working together in any corporate environment. There are the Baby Boomers (born between 1946-1964), Generation X (born between 1965-1979), Generation Y (born between 1980-1994) and Generation Z (born between 1995-2015). There is every chance a workplace today will include team members who range from 24 to 55 years of age.
These generational differences can bring material implications for managers. And as many opportunities as challenges. This latest article from Morgan Young covers:
- Challenges of a multi-generational workforce
- The commonality across every generation
- Strategies to maintain a multi-generational workforce
- Unleashing the potential of multi-generational teams