5 Proven Strategies for Building an Inclusive and Innovative Post-Pandemic Workforce
Written by HRCap, Inc.
July 20, 2022
Working with a generationally diverse workforce can be an asset or a liability, which depends on how well a company addresses the issue of generational conflicts. Since each generation has been influenced by their historical contexts, it is important to understand what makes each of them unique and how they are motivated. By understanding and identifying these differences between each group, leaders can better address generational conflicts that arise from these differences.
With the work environment being reshaped by the pandemic, early retirement, and workplace flexibility, it is important now, more than ever, to understand what motivates each generation and how they can complement each other in the workplace.
With a better understanding of each generation and how to motivate each one, organizations can implement five practical strategies that have been tried and tested by successful companies.
Using these actionable strategies, companies can develop a culture of collaboration that leads to tangible benefits that organizations can realize from a multigenerational workforce. With an intergenerational workforce, companies can lead and pave the way to future and sustainable success.
[Update] You can now download the PDF copy of the July 2022 White Paper here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ievr2kap3Cyb_CyeE-8TQMcpma4b6P12/view?usp=sharing
Source: HRCap, AARP, AmCham, Built In, Center For Talent Innovation, Deloitte, Forbes, Gallup, Harvard Business Review, Inc., Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, Pew Research Center, Purdue Global, SHRM, SHRM Foundation, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
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