How to Manage Someone Older than You


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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

How to Manage Someone Older than You

Today’s workplace is more diverse than ever before with people from as many as four or five different generations[hbr.org] working together in one office. Millennials are joining the workforce in greater numbers and recently surpassed[pewresearch.org] Generation X as the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. At the same time, more older workers are delaying retirement[pewsocialtrends.org] and working far longer[pewresearch.org]than previous generations. While the increased generational diversity brought on by these changes can enrich a workplace by providing it with a host of different perspectives, it can also raise uncomfortable issues, particularly when a younger employee is promoted quickly and is now managing someone older and potentially more experienced. How can you be someone’s boss when they’re old enough to be your parent? Click to Read More…
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