The leaders of today are in a unique position. They could find
themselves managing teams of four or more generations, with
employees ranging from 18 to 80. This increasingly multigenerational
workforce has huge implications for employers:
how do you attract, retain and manage employees of such
widely differing ages, who are likely to have different priorities,
skills and preferences?
With Millennials and Generation Z very much in the spotlight,
many employers will be focussing on how to cater to the needs
of younger generations. However, the most radical change in terms of age in the
workplace is the fact that people are living and working longer
than ever before. The retirement age has risen steadily over the
past decade and will hit 67 by 2028.
All of this means that employers must focus on the needs of
every generation and understand what it is that people really
want from their jobs.
Download your free copy of our whitepaper, ‘Leading today's multi-generational workforce’ here.