Five distinct generations are now working side-by-side to solve problems, make decisions, and serve our residents.
Each of these generations has collectively developed distinct values, motivations, perspectives, communication styles and work habits. Though this
diversity in staff may create some challenges, it can also provide many benefits to long-term care communities. Rather than dwelling on differences or generational stereotypes, we can focus on creating meaningful relationships that will help us to provide the best care to our residents