We know now that Millennials make up the majority of the workforce. But what about the upcoming generation?
Your coworkers, team members, and employees are likely to be a part of Generation Z very soon. In their own words, those born between 1995-2000 are more diverse than any previous generation- and they are pushing the limits of identity.
Why do we care?
It’s important to learn about the other generations in the workplace. After all, lack of inter-generational cohesion is one of the leading business risk factors, according to the participants of this study.
What do we do?
Understand each other and adapt to our unique styles. If you’ve been in the workforce for a while, take a look at these tips. If you’re younger, you have to flex too! Check out these things you can learn from older generations.
Some of these lists might seem silly or simple, but they remind us to do something important: Respect each other.
What have you learned from a coworker in another generation?