In a world where everyone can get everything instantly, employers are also looking for staff who can achieve instantly, but unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. When taking on a new member of staff, of any age, it can be a difficult and time-consuming task to teach them the ins and outs of the role as well as the company. So, shouldn’t you be looking for someone who takes in information instantly? Not necessarily.
As time has gone on and technology has become quicker, millennials have been brought up with a fast answer for everything at the palm of their hands, whereas generation X, for the most of them, started life with a little bit more hardship and more patience when learning. Now dependant on your company, both these attributes to learning are helpful – so which one would benefit you more?
Find out below by reviewing our table of answers:
With all the above information about Millennials and Generation X, it’s safe to say, that both are as good as each other to have in the work place. A well diverse workplace is better for a company than any other. Each generations have their strengths and weaknesses but they can learn from each other and provide different inputs and energies to keep your business running.
‘Strength lies in differences, not in similarities’ – Stephen Covey