There are currently four generations sharing space in the workforce, with a fifth soon to come, according to Sonia Aranza, an Alexandria-based consultant who specializes in diversity, cross-cultural communications and leadership.
Sometimes, that can make for tricky office relationships.
Problems can arise, Aranza said, when co-workers from different generations clash because they have different values and preferences.
Aranza recently led a workshop in Manassas on working in a multigenerational world.
Washington Post, August 31, 2014