Shifting demographics, emerging opportunities: designing programs for the workforce of today and tomorrow
Today, we are seeing four generations of employees sharing office space, challenging employers to develop ways to communicate with and support all of them. Canadian workplaces currently employ four different generations of workers: boomers (born 1946 to 1964), generation X (born 1965 to 1980), millennials/generation Y (born 1981 to 1996) and most recently, post-millennial/generation Z (born in 1997 or later). Not surprisingly, each of these cohorts brings unique aspects to their approach to working and the workplace. The two largest groups, boomers and millennials, could not be more different – yet together, they are the driving forces behind workplace change...
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Article by Joseph De Dominicis, vice-president and Ontario retirement solutions leader for Morneau Shepell.