The challenges that come from having multiple generations working together have been the cause of much tension of late, more so than decades ago. This is because, for the first time in a while, there is one generation that seems to be increasingly dominating the places in which we work, and it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Studies shows that millennials are expected to make up more than 50% of the global workforce by the year 2020, and 75% by the year 2025 - only eight years from now. It is not new for multiple generations to find it tricky to work together. After all, each generation was influenced by different factors during its upbringing, informing different sets of values, attitudes and beliefs. The millennials are probably the first bunch to grow up in a world that is significantly different to that of other older generations, resulting in significant deviations in how they act in comparison to the older baby boomers and Generation Xers currently present i...

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