While half of American workers say that they would like to retire before the age of 65, a nationwide poll conducted by J.P. Morgan Asset Management finds that only 20% believe they will be able to do so. One way workers face this issue is by working longer.
With consumers working longer, consultant Sherri Elliott-Yeary, a featured presenter at the Cornerstone Credit Union League's upcoming Young Credit Union Professionals Conference, says today's working environment is hosting a "clash of the titans" (Leaguer July 31). Four generations are attempting to co-exist and cooperate in the workplace, she said.
Elliott-Yeary offers 10 best practices for bridging generational gaps: