The Gen-Neutral Workforce

70% of employers feel that focusing too much on the needs of one generation alienates other parts of the workforce. So why are so many of us pursuing age-specific workforce strategies?

 With generation-focused talent programmes often falling into the trap of targeting the stereotype rather than the reality, how can businesses develop a compelling proposition that resonates with all employees, irrespective of their age? What’s the secret to creating engaged, diverse workforces that utilise the skills of both older and younger workers to drive innovation and growth?

This paper looks to compare and contrast the dynamics of two groups of workers (Gen Z and older workers), and the efforts that employers are making to get the most out of them. It also presents a series of questions and recommendations for businesses looking to create an engaged, high performing diverse, multigenerational workforce.

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