By 2024, about 25% of the workforce is projected to be over the age of 55. That compares to only about 12% of the workforce in 1994. In some workplaces, 55 doesn’t even begin to signify time to retire. Those in their 60s, 70s, and even 80s are also deciding to stay in place either full time or part time. This trend has resulted in a new phenomenon: more generations in the workplace.

Today, many workplaces are composed of four generations:

  • Baby Boomers: born between 1946 and 1964
  • Generation X: born between 1965 and 1976
  • Millennials: born between 1977 and 1997
  • GenZ: born after 1997

To bridge the gap between these generations, reverse mentorship is gaining popularity with already existing company mentoring programmes. And why not? It is a simple process which entails connecting employees of different generations and encouraging them to exchange ideas to bring new perspectives.

For this exciting interactive event, The NETWORK has brought together a representative from each of the above generations to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the multi-generational workforce. Can we work in harmony and learn from each other!

You can book your TICKETS HERE.

Come, join in the discussions and learn first hand about a new exciting initiative from The NETWORK.

NB: All profits from this event will be donated to The NETWORK Charity Pot: Women Supporting Women.