According to a recent study, 25% of managers say that managing a multigenerational workforce is a challenge. At the same time, 77% of employees say that different work expectations are a main concern they have about working with colleagues from a different generation. Indeed, mentoring and communication styles can vary, and even clash, across generations. While an age-diverse workplace can be a tremendous asset, it does present some management challenges. It is important to recognize that each generation has its own ideas about what respect looks and sounds like. Consider two-way mentoring to bring older and younger employees together so they can address their differences and work toward common goals. Read the full article.