Workplace Comparisons Part 2: Succession of Knowledge

In the previous post, I briefly compared each generation’s work attitude and outlook. This next post will look at how the succession of workplace knowledge may be lost with the exodus of the older generations. In the workplace, all employees regardless of age want meaningful work, a respectful work climate and the ability to acquire …

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Workplace Comparisons Part 3: Preferences for Receiving Information

Communication at work should be designed based on the way employees like to receive information. The idea that Baby Boomers continue to adapt their own communication styles in their workplaces may stem from their preferences for receiving daily world and local news through a variety of media sources such as television and radio, as well …

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