Employers Can Leverage Workforce’s 50-Year Generation Gap for Their Companies’ Benefit
The American workforce is growing increasingly diverse. Among the biggest indicators of that diversity is worker ages, which may range from teenagers to members of the Silent Generation born before 1946. Five generations in the workplace mean that employers must understand not only how to manage and motivate this 50-year generation gap, but also how to leverage this diverse talent pool to their organizations’ benefit.
In an article for Medical Journal-Houston, Houston partner Pam Williams and associate Felix Digilov explain how health care employers can take the generational makeup of their employees into account to reduce unnecessary workforce turnover and attract the best talent.
To read the article, visit Medical Journal Houston.