Generational management works

07/29/2008 | American City Business Journals

You can handle a multigenerational workforce if you understand what each age group expects in terms of compensation and work conditions. Learn to build on each generation's strengths and help compensate for their weaknesses. It also helps to promote tolerance and communication and develop a flexible coaching style that you can customize for each group.

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