Traits of Your Multigenerational Staff

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Managing many generations under one roof is ever present for today’s employers; more than ever, we are seeing staff that is diverse in ages, attitudes, behaviors, wants, and needs. To successfully supervise any generation, you must first understand them, which starts with knowing their key traits.

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Traits of Your Multigenerational Staff

  1. 1. Understanding a Multigenerational Workforce Gen X for more information, visit www.cbiz.com Traditionalists Baby Boomers Gen Y Age: 69-84 - Comfortable with delayed gratification - Value formal communication - Hard workers and will sacrifice for the job - Have a competitive nature - Enjoy leading teams - Want to be recognized for contributions Age: 50-68 - Naturally skeptical - Feel loyal to individuals (not companies) - Want career security rather than job security Age: 38-49 Age: 37 & Younger - Accustomed to praise - Desire excitement and challenge at work - Savvy with technology Memo

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