Engaging and embracing a multigenerational, multicultural work force

A handful of recent reports cite that, for the first time in history, many organizations employ staff spanning four, sometimes five generations. Indeed, by 2020, most companies will have all these cohorts working side by side. Some leaders might worry about what this means for their organizations, wondering if the wide variety of people with fundamentally different experiences, perspectives and areas of expertise will hinder progress or company growth.

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