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Six generations in one workforce makes HR’s job a little trickier. It comes with more perspectives and a broader swath of workers’ needs to consider, but for Paycor CHRO Karen Crone, it’s this diversity of experience and viewpoint that makes multigenerational organizations stronger. 

HR Dive asked her about talent management strategies, how to better recruit across age groups and when implicit bias can prevent a multi-gen workforce from thriving. Her solution to many of these scenarios is simple: take the time to see every worker as an individual. Questions and answers have been edited for clarity and length.

HR Dive: What long-term impact can age-based generalizations or stereotypes have on workplaces? 

Crone:…



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