Many organisations are experiencing the challenge of managing a multigenerational workforce for the first time. Here Claire McCartney and Dianah Worman, who are experts in diversity, challenge the myths around generational stereotypes and provide practical pointers for employers seeking to attract and retain the best workforce — of any age.

Many organisations are experiencing the challenge of managing a multigenerational workforce for the first time. Here Claire McCartney and Dianah Worman, who are experts in diversity, challenge the myths around generational stereotypes and provide practical pointers for employers seeking to attract and retain the best workforce — of any age.

For the first time modern workforces are made up of more generations working side by side than ever before. The multigenerational workforce phenomenon is caused by changing demographics, with an increasingly age-diverse workforce, as people work for longer following the outlawing of an imposed formal retirement age. While generational groups are defined by age, what is unclear is how multiple generations working together react with each other and affect the workplace.

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