Why A Multigenerational Workforce Is A Competitive Advantage
Walk into most modern offices and you’ll find employees from a handful of generations. The speed of change in today’s world means that each generation comes with a different set of skills. What’s natural to one, is foreign to another. This can be both good and bad. Knowledge diversity can lead to disagreements in the workplace — fundamental differences that make collaboration difficult. However, a lot of positives can come out of it too. Cofounder and Executive Creative Director, Aaron Harvey, shared some advice with Forbes.
“Seasoned employees have a lot more to teach junior employees about business intuition,” says Harvey. “Business is much more than trends and technology. It’s applied intuition that takes years of experience to develop.”