On engaging a multigenerational workforce
The survey also found that current engagement level by age varied by 16%, with employees from the Baby Boomers generation being the most engaged and the millennial employees being the least engaged group of employees.
“The workforce dynamics is ever-changing; we are entering an era where we can have 5 different generations working together, and all of them have different needs, aspirations and expectations”, said Mr Thien. “Employers need a more inclusive and comprehensive engagement strategy when it comes to managing a multigenerational workforce.”
EON’s report is based on the survey findings of 400 employees in Singapore, over a three-month period from October 2015 to December 2015. Respondents gave score ratings to questions that corresponded to various dimensions of employee engagement.
The infographic, as pictured below, highlight other key findings.