As with so many other aspects of an excellent work place, strong HR solutions – hiring, training and management practices – form the foundation.
Different generations working side by side have become commonplace in the modern working environment. While this is unquestionably a positive development, it begs an important question—is there really a generation gap in today’s workplace?
The simple answer is “not really.” The primary differences in generational interaction in the workplace revolve around a lack of communication and slight differences in expectations. Every generation relates to situations based on their own cultural experiences whether they are Boomers, Gen-Xers, Millenials (also known as Generation Y) or Generation Z. This can understandably cause friction if not properly addressed. continue reading>>