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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
March 2011
Hi Reader,

We are working in a fascinating time. We currently have three generations working side by side.

To put it into perspective, a Boomer could potentially be working with people the same ages as their children (Gen X) and grandchildren (Gen Y).

So what's a manager to do? Start with considering some of the advice in this issue of Innovations.

You'll discover tips on getting the most out of your multigenerational workforce and how to best manage people as individuals instead of as a group.

I hope you enjoy these ideas!

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
PrideStaff - Las Vegas
Three Generations
Working Side by Side

Every generation has unique strengths and weaknesses. And when it comes to communication and working together, the generational differences can be a real challenge.

So, how can you keep your three generations of employees working as a harmonious team?

Find out in this Innovative Idea.
Beware of the "one size fits all" management approach
All people are unique. And that's one of the hardest things about managing people. What works with one person doesn't always work with another. So how do you customize your approach to every person you manage?

Find out in this Best Practice...

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