Generations in the Workplace For the first time in history, four distinct genera

Generations in the Workplace
For the first time in history, four distinct generations – Matures, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials – are employed sided by side in the workplace. Each generation has distinct attitudes, behaviors, expectations, habits and motivational buttons. Effective management of this multigenerational workforce is vital to longevity and success.
At work, generational differences can affect everything, including recruiting, building teams, dealing with change, motivating, managing, and maintaining and increasing productivity. Think of how generational differences in communication styles might affect misunderstandings, high employee turnover, difficulty in attracting employees and gaining employee commitment.
Assignment:
Research articles and/or websites to find more information regarding “generations in the workplace.” 
First, describe each generation including the core values, attitudes, and expectations related to the workplace and management. Be sure to point out key differences between people in each of the generations.
Second, explain how you as a supervisor or manager could help to bridge the generational divide and effectively manage a diverse workplace.
Compose your response using Microsoft Word. Use at least 3 different sources.  Use APA style for documenting your sources.

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