Today’s workplace requires engaging employees of diverse ages, viewpoints and expectations. It makes good economic sense to protect our initial investments in people, skills and expertise by managing employees effectively to achieve harmony in the workplace. Engaged employees experience lower stress, higher job satisfaction and greater satisfaction with their lives overall. By taking the time to learn about generational differences, companies can enjoy a more competitive edge in managing and retaining the generations. Cross-generational collaboration creates harmony in the workplace and is an important part of business.
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It is important for managers to realize that blanket policies, communication styles and management techniques can add to the problem of conflict between generations.