Changing demographics are creating a workplace that is more age-diverse than ever before. Just look around. From post-millennials to baby boomers, more and more generations are working side by side. Employers who take the right steps can leverage the multigenerational workforce as a key to success.
A lot of younger workers don’t even notice that someone is older until that person brings it up. If the older worker is excited and energetic and passionate about an issue, that is what you are focused on, and you’re not talking about your age.
Most Americans are seriously anxious about their finances. It’s not simply the raw fear of outliving their money, but a more urgent yearning to sleep at night without money stresses and to have a sense of financial security. Employers, I’m pleased to say, are increasingly taking note. The recently-released eighth annual Employer-Sponsored Health and Well-Being […]
When you first moved your things into your office, you couldn’t wait to put your talents to use and impress your new colleagues with your dedication and drive. But at some point, that passion to succeed did a slow fade. Instead of killing it on projects, you found yourself going through the motions, bored and […]
I got to thinking about whether being a parent helps or hurts you at work. Since I blog each week about women and money, I decided to look at this question from the mom’s point of view. I don’t have kids, so I’m always in awe of my female friends who have raised children while […]