How to Manage Millennials and Intergenerational Teams
In most companies, employees are a variety of different ages, and it is important to realize the differences among the generations. While millennials are tech-savvy and value flexible schedules, baby boomers value the corporate ladder and loyalty to the company, and members of Generation X desire direct communication and work/life balance. Having intergenerational teams is beneficial because it broadens the range of ideas and stimulates growth in employees’ skillsets. By including coworkers of different ages, employees will be able to learn from one another and focus on inclusion and teamwork. Take time to learn managerial tips for working with millennials and the benefits of having intergenerational teams.