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From Co-Existing to Collaborating

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For the first time, we're dealing with five generations coexisting in the workplace, all with different drivers and attitudes—especially regarding tech. 

  • Traditionalists are very hard-working, and as the name suggests, they prefer a traditional work environment and flow. 
  • Baby boomers have workaholic tendencies and are very company-loyal. 
  • Generation X put a high priority on work-life balance. 
  • Millennials are very tech-savvy and enjoy collaborative environments. 
  • Generation Z are highly connected digital natives. 

As technology continues transforming our lives, it can be a driver for multi-generation collaboration rather than a barrier. It's time to take advantage of the ever-increasing tech developments and make your five-generation workforce... work. 

What technology have you implemented to help bridge the generation gap?  

For more information, read our blog: “From Co-Existing to Collaborating: How Tech can Help you Manage a Multi-Generational Workforce.” 

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