Greater employee retention through generational diversity
Over the last few decades, generational diversity in the workplace has increased significantly. The youngest Generation Z brings in new energy, while the oldest – Traditionalist Generation – often clings to used structures.
Sometimes it can be difficult when different generations work together. Keynote speaker Karen McCullough talks about such generation management in an interview.
Short fact check
Pew Research Center defines the birth years of generations:
Baby Boomers: 1946-1964
Gen X: 1965-1980