Job growth elixir for generational strife in the office

You never know what your cubicle mate is thinking, but recent research identified a source of workplace friction more serious than Jim from accounting’s use of the office microwave to heat up leftover fish: Younger workers wonder why older workers are hanging onto their jobs for so long. Time for those older folks to retire already.

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