- The workplace has always consisted of many generations working at one time.
- A new twist: The older generation is working past retirement age (23 percent of Americans age 65 to 74 are still in the workforce)
- This has led to many workplaces with a generation gap of more than 40 years between the oldest and youngest workers.
Here are NFIB's three tips on managing your age-diverse workforce:
- Work with the communication styles of each generation.
- Find out what motivates each generation.
- Bridge the generation gap.