All Generations at the Workplace
Today the generation Z accounts for the largest number of people joining the workforce next to the millennial generation. We have a small number of people over sixty going into retirement. This is a workforce with a lot of diversity and that presents the HR with a challenge. Baby boomers still remain in charge of upper-level management, as much as they have adopted mobile technology their typing skills are not as a sharp. The work is to find the common ground between the generation Z which is tech savvy but socially deficient with the boomers who are socially viable but tech deficient.
Generalization of generations is common and something that is a bit to avoid . Involving everyone becomes a bit tricky . It is important to realize that generation has little to do with age but rather the historical experience that. During the age of the Baby Boomers, the tech revolutions were the internet and the computer and it was the age of the free love revolution as well. They bought technologies for their children in the 90s but has no time to learn about it. One unique thing about this generation is that they value loyalty deeply.
The Baby Boomer generation would go on to become the most hardworking after the free love revolution. The Baby Boomers prefer the analog technology that allows them a more hands-on approach to work compared to the digital one, they like visible productivity. Boomers that appear to be uncomfortable with technology can be made productive with a ICR (Intelligent Character Recognition) that converts paper technology into digital one. Telling what a future generation will do in the work place will do can be a little hard to be certain of . With the generation Z, they stand … Read More..Read More →