How to facilitate knowledge transfer between generations

Millennials are fussy, they need constant praise and tend to leave a job as soon as something doesn’t feel right to them.

Generation X is fiercely independent and doesn’t even question the status quo, they dismiss it altogether.

Baby Boomers are workaholics who, although of retiring age will just keep coming to work – and complaining about their younger peers and their relaxed work ethic.

Traditionalists are ‘lifers’ who distrust any quick career advancements or out of the blue success.

And then there is gen Z, the first fully digitally raised generation who, in spite of popular belief, craves face to face interaction and positive relationships.

4 Tips on how to facilitate knowledge transfer between generations

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