According to a recent survey, employees generally agree that an intergenerational workforce is an asset, and most said they enjoy working with colleagues of different ages. There is much you can do to promote harmony among employees of all ages. Start by teaching people to connect, get to know each other, and see beyond stereotypes and preconceived notions. Bring people together by giving them a reason larger than themselves for working. Identify and promote common goals, interests, and concerns to bring workers of all ages together to solve problems, innovate, and cooperate on a daily basis. If you do these things, you reduce the potential for intergenerational conflicts or tension. Read the full article.