Your Multigenerational Workforce Could Be Your Biggest Competitive Advantage

Multigenerational Workforce
                Multigenerational Workforce

Today’s workforce is composed of four generations and each generation has its unique characteristics. Each of them, namely Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z, brings exclusive strengths to work but their different working styles and philosophies can often lead to  conflicts. As much as this multigenerational workforce is adding value to work, there is also a growing challenge for human resources managers in terms of managing the coordination and collaboration among different generations. Millennials or Gen Y is increasingly assuming management and leadership roles which further fuels workplace disruptions. Each generation has been shaped by different societal and economic conditions and has different life experiences. A smart manager views this as a unique opportunity to enhance productivity. Managing widely different viewpoints and focusing on the bottom line isn’t an easy task and may lead to workplace tensions and friction among employees. Here are a few tips and strategies that can help managers manage the multigenerational workforce efficiently:

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