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Journal of Intergenerational Relationships – a journal publication of Routledge – has recently published Special Issue: The 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce to ask crucial questions regarding the changing workforce. Workforces around the world are comprised of more older workers than ever before. Due largely in part to economic decline, as well as medical advances which allow for a longer lifespan, companies are now faced with the issues that come with an increasingly diverse age range amongst employees. Special Issue: The 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce also addresses other issues such as:
This special issue includes research pertaining to differences in leadership amongst younger and older generations, differences in working style, and differences in the regarded importance of relationships amongst coworkers. Also included are three fascinating Reflections from the Field articles, two children’s book reviews that highlight the family as a multigenerational workforce, and two media reviews focusing on the image of intergenerational relations through work and retirement.
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