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Class teaches the generations to communicate at work (access required)

Traditionalists value authority and many of them felt the effects of the Great Depression and World War II. Baby boomers tend to embrace technology, at least more than prior generations did. The Latchkey Generation, or Generation X, are heavily educated. Millennials tend to switch jobs a lot. And because all of them work together, these generational ...

About Benton Alexander Smith

Benton Alexander Smith is a reporter for the Idaho Business Review, covering the Idaho Legislature, new business, technology and financial services.