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Intergenerational Cooperation at the Workplace from the Management Perspective

Živa Veingerl Čič, Simona Šarotar Žižek

Abstract


The labor market is currently experiencing employees of four generations.
Each generation has different behavior patterns, attitudes, expectations, habits,
and motivational mechanisms. As generational gaps play an important role
in the business process, organizations have to find ways to balance the needs
and views of different age groups. To overcome the negative outcomes arising
from generational differences and to use the strengths of each generation, the
implementation of comprehensive and proactive model of intergenerational
cooperation, presented in the paper, is becoming the necessity for each
organization because of the benefits.


Keywords


employees, generation, intergenerational cooperation, intergenerational learning

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