What Younger Employees Should Know About Older Staffers

shutterstock_119598559In any given organization, it’s possible for there to be a wide range of age groups working side by side, and therefore, a potential generational clash is always a concern. As a younger member of the workforce, it’s important keep an open mind to the “old school” way of doing things, even if you’d prefer a more tech-savvy solution.

That being said, here are some tips from Lynn Berger, a New York-based career coach, on what you need to know to make a great impression on seasoned employees, while staying true to your work style…Continue Reading

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