Tips for Creating a Multi-Generational Workforce

Creating a multi-generational workforce where all different work styles and backgrounds come together effectively doesn’t happen automatically. However, with some proven tactics, it can be done. One example is setting up a peer mentoring program allows older employees to teach their younger colleagues while building relationships between them. It is also important to gather feedback from all employees to understand all perspectives.

To learn more about the generation gap in the workplace and how to bridge it, read the companion resource.

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