The multi-generational workforce is taking shape rapidly. In most companies, Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers work alongside each other. Each of these generations has their own distinct goals, needs and priorities. Baby Boomers tend to value formal structures and face-to-face interactions. Generation Xers prioritize flexibility and independence. Millennials expect organizations to put employees first and are driven by the more social needs of flexibility, appreciation and team collaboration. Generation Zers have grown up with smartphones and social media. They feel globalized and multicultural, and value social impact and curiosity over money when thinking about work. Generational diversity can spark new ideas and prompt new ways of working, but it can also lead to misunderstandings and conflict. For successful people management, it is essential that companies understand these generational differences and redefine their talent engagement approach accordingly.
In this webinar, we share our insights on how companies can meet the expectations of different generations, foster openness and achieve multi-generational harmony in the workplace.
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