Corporate Fitness & Nutrition
Human Resource Leadership
There is broad recognition to the fact that there are four generations in the workplace. We hear about the differences between the Gen X’ers, Millennials, Boomers, and Silent Generation – but really what are they? Generations are different in what works best for them in the workplace. It is important to match generational preferences with strategies to assist employees to reach their full potential and stay engaged.
− What they look for in employer programs?
− What gets them to pay attention, participate and become engaged?
− What turns them on (triggers) and what turns them off (barriers)?
− Where they get information?
− Who they trust?