Bridging the generational gap in your workplace: Niki Fuchs in Business Matters
The average office environment now accommodates up to four generations: Baby Boomers (1944-1964), Generation X (1965-1979), Millennials (1980-1994) and Generation Z (1995-2015). Each generation has grown up in differing economic, social and cultural contexts and are therefore often assumed to have differing approaches to, and aspirations of work.
The breadth and depth of ideas and knowledge that are represented by this broad group of people can serve a company well and help employees to excel.
Niki Fuchs, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Office Space in Town explains in a recent article in Business Matters, that leveraging the unique strengths of each generation and encouraging them to learn from each other creates a collaborative, engaged environment in which employees feel valued, positively impacting their productivity. The question is, how do workplaces accommodate a multi-generational workforce so that a potential challenge becomes a competitive advantage?
Read it here.