When different generations work differently
Generation Z marked an important milestone last year, having entered the workforce for the first time. While at the other end, Baby Boomers are now having to work much longer until retirement.
This information reveals a key observation – there are now as many as four generations working together under the same roof. Each generation has been heavily influenced by the world they grew up in, having experienced varying approaches to the way they work and collaborate, as well as the technologies that they use.
As a result, there are considerable differences when it comes to the way each generation works together in the office. Yet, organisations need to ensure that they accommodate all of their employees in order to maintain a happy and productive workforce.