Professor Michael North shares insights on intergenerational tension and age discrimination in the workplace
— January 3, 2017
Excerpt from MEL -- "'Generational tensions clearly foster more discrimination, and vice versa,' North adds. 'The main difference the perception of generational tension appears to be greater than at any point in recent memory. Age discrimination charges have steadily risen as older adults remain in the workforce longer than ever. On the younger side, unemployment rates are uncomfortably high. It’s created a unique climate of age discrimination and generational tension that clearly needs to be resolved.'"