When it comes to the workforce, we’re all a big melting pot—of ages, that is. You might have someone working who is well into their 70s, and you might have someone starting out who is perhaps still in their teen years.
What that means is you have a range of skill sets and motivators, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to managing and encouraging your employees. Take millennials, for example: Their ages dip down to about 19 and you’ll generally find them to be tech-forward as well as focused on obtaining a work-life balance. At the other end of the age spectrum are the silent; born as early as 1928, they are generally loyal and dependable but unlikely to take risks.
Want to learn more about the generations at work? Use this graphic.
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