Three Things Employers Need To Know About: Intergenerational Relations — Quick Insight 12
Although some employers are concerned about the potential for generational conflict in the workplace, evidence suggests that these fears are overestimated. Employers can readily support positive intergenerational relations in the workplace using a range of policies and practices. Many of these policies and practices overlap with other areas, such as training and development.
based on an analysis by the 2015 Talent Management Study
- Why should employers care about intergenerational relations?
- Is top leadership at small organizations less committed to intergenerational relations than top leadership at large organizations?
- What is one of the biggest challenges to fostering positive intergenerational relations?