In today’s workplace, it isn’t unusual to see a 20-something playing to role of supervisor to a 50-something.
But for Baby Boomers and Millennials alike, it’s important to recognize the strengths of each other’s generations and check any bias at the door.
The New York Times column “The Workologist” provides some great insight from Baby Boomers about how to talk with and get hired by Millennials. It’s well worth reading for people from any generation.
What are your thoughts on the new workplace setup and on the advice given?