Presentation bridges generations

APPLETON, Wis - Women of all ages learned to bridge the generation gap in an Appleton event.

The Mid-Day Women's Alliance raised awareness about the different work styles across generations. Ann Thielman of the Alliance says that millennials have greatly different work habits than do Baby Boomers. Things like work-life balance, communication, and manager relations all vary across generations.

Thielman says it's important to know these styles when hiring employees, and that each generation brings its own set of strengths to the workplace.

The event, held at the Paper Valley Radisson hotel, is the third Wednesday each month. For more information on networking opportunities, visit the Alliance's website.

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