Research shows that people share similarities within their age group concerning attitudes, behaviors, motivations, values, and decision-making processes. "Working With the Five Generations" explores the events, outlooks, and expectations that create differences and commonalities between the five major generations of workers in the United States. In the second of a six video lesson series, you’ll learn that Traditionalists are U.S. Americans born before 1946 -- the end of World War II. In this video lesson, we’ll explore what makes Traditionalists unique and we’ll discuss what they might expect in a workplace setting and in a service interaction.
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