The generation gap has been talked about for
decades, and now with more people staying on the job longer in life,
the gap is becoming more and more evident in the work place.
longer one size fits all in the work force as you have traditionalists,
baby boomers, gen x'ers and millennials all working together at the
office. Well at least trying to work along side each other. That topic
discussed at the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce Woman in Business Program.
Guest speaker Jeannie Stahler sharing what makes each generation
tick and how communicating and learning from each other creates a better
working environment. If you are facing generation gaps in your
workplace, Stahler suggests you Google it as there are plenty of
resources online to help you bridge that gap.