This report is a companion brief to Generation & Gender in the Workplace and investigates workplace issues of older workers and their relationships with younger generations. The report found that despite common stereotypes, mature workers are content with working for younger supervisors. However, other generational differences, like the amount of support workers of each generation feel, may significantly affect the workplace. Employers should be aware of inter-generational issues and take steps to alleviate the tensions.
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