A Publication of WTVP

For the first time in history, the workforce consists of four (and sometimes) five generations within a single company. Research reveals generation gaps in areas such as communication style, goals, adaptation to change and technical skills—and bosses face the challenge of how to bridge these differences. It starts with dropping the generational stereotypes and learning to engage everyone around shared values. Here are four tips on how business leaders can get employees in a multi-generational company to work well together: