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The importance of intergenerational collaboration

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Gender and age are two of the most frequently used characteristics to identify individuals because they are universal and trackable, regardless of country or industry.

But just as we talk about understanding the role of gender at work, so we also need to consider the intersection of age and gender, as neither operates in isolation and both are relevant when we talk about collaboration in the workplace.

Age-related complexity exists and it’s all around us in the workplace, at home, in society, and in decision making bodies. Download this article now for insights into the importance of intergenerational collaboration. 

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