Generational Gaps In The Workplace

That I am writing this article tends to prove the thesis of this article— different generations have different goals and priorities regarding career, life, and workplace. In the spirit of full disclosure, I border Generation X and Y, and identify with characteristics of both groups. In line with Generation X-ers, I believe there is more to life than one’s job or career, and I make time to write articles because it is fulfilling in a way that my career as a litigation attorney is not. This article is intended to provide the briefest of primers on how generational differences can play out in the workplace to create conflict.Four Generations to Consider

There are presently four generations with members in the work force. The table sets forth some generational characteristics regarding the workplace.

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