The Value of Multi-Generational Workplaces
This article asks you to look around at your co-workers and think about who you collaborate with most. Are they younger, older, more experienced? Is asking a multi-generational group to work together a recipe for conflict or segregation? A pilot program run by the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College shows that age-diverse work groups not only don't hinder collaboration but are, in fact, really good for business and for the workers' investment in their projects. Read more about how organizations can thrive and have a creative edge by taking advantage of an age diverse workforce. And then share this article around the water cooler!