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Partnering for Success – The Multigenerational Workforce

September 8, 2017

I think of today’s workplaces as multigenerational playgrounds. We’ve got Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and now Generation Z all playing the same Four Square game – and each has their own modified rule book! But there’s nothing wrong with these unique preferences. We just need to work a little harder to understand and respect every black jack, bottle cap, and bus stop out there. There’s more than one strategy to win the game and each perspective is valued.

CV-engaged workforce 2It’s not particularly surprising that developing and retaining a multigenerational workforce is one of the greatest challenges for businesses and organizations. It isn’t easy. The Kronos Services: Partnering for Success video for Logistics, Service Sector, and Financial Services highlights the changing face of the workforce (and how to manage it) as a common challenge among Kronos customers. Us younger workers tend to want everything at our fingertips and often have completely different expectations than those of the older, more traditional workforce.

The good news is Kronos can help referee that Four Square match. When it comes to managing employees, customers want partners, not simply technology providers. They want to know that they’re supported every step of the way with the tools, contacts, and resources they need to be successful. Kronos Services professionals leverage their in-depth knowledge from many years of experience on the playground…aka working in industry landscapes…to help customers approach their challenges from the most functional angle for their organization.

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