Boomers vs Gen Z: Resolving generational conflicts in the workplace

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Although it is actually quite normal for several generations to work together in the one office, different values and approaches to work have the potential for creating conflict. Workplaces often bring together representatives from different generational groups that have very different life experiences and attitudes, ranging from the baby boomers (1956 to 1965), through Generation X (1966 to 1980) and Y (1981 to 1995), to Generation Z (from 1996). “According to a common clich√©, baby boomers stand for the willingness to perform and reliability; they respect authority,” says career coach Ute Gie…

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