As the world of work becomes increasingly age-diverse, many people management professionals are concerned with meeting the needs of five different generations. But is it possible to make assumptions about the characteristics of an entire generation? This study suggests that personality changes gradually throughout life, which can lead to someone's personality in older age being quite different from their personality in childhood.
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A practical look at supporting employee resource groups (ERGs) and staff networks
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