HR Management & Compliance, Talent

Generational Tensions May Rise in the New ‘4G’ Workplace

As Baby Boomers stay on the job longer, the phenomenon of four generations of employees in one workplace has appeared. And findings from new research point to the potential of a generational collision course.

The survey was commissioned by Ricoh UK and surveyed workers and students in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In a press release, the company explains that the results predict how well the four generations will co-exist.

‘Generation Zers’ are unique. They have been strongly shaped by their individualistic Generation X parents, heard stories from their Baby Boomer grandparents, and witnessed the errors and successes of Millennials. Combining this with their appetite for all things digital means they have a more solid grounding to achieve and educate others in an ever-evolving and demanding business world.

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