Multigenerational Workforce Do's & Don'ts
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Many organizations operate under the assumption that a traditional benefits approach is an acceptable strategy. But with 5 generations in the workforce, the continued adoption of conventional benefits strategy can negatively impact employee engagement and drive up organizational costs.
In fact, only 28% of employees believe the one-size-fits-all benefits approach is valuable. By maintaining a traditional benefits approach, you put 72% of your workforce at risk for voluntary attrition. In this episode, we tackle how to effectively navigate your multigenerational workforce, focusing on the do's and don'ts as well as how these workforces are impacting benefits and the trends we are seeing across organizations.
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