Bridging the Generation Gap: True Value in Having Young and Old Working Together

By on October 29, 2021
Posted In Employment, Labor

What are the impacts of a multigenerational workforce, and how do you best bridge generational differences in the workplace?

In this Chicago Lawyer Magazine article, McDermott Partner Tina Martini suggests that multiple generations of employees can have varying ideas about how to approach issues, as well as having distinct points of view.

“There can be adverse consequences in not having different generations represented, including the potential for it to negatively impact your ability to recruit and retain top talent,” Martini notes.

Access the article.

Tina MartiniTina Martini
As Global Head of McDermott’s Trademark Prosecution and Controversy Practice, Christina (Tina) L. Martini focuses her practice on domestic and international trademark and copyright law, as well as domain name, Internet, social media, advertising, unfair competition and entertainment law. Tina has extensive experience in counseling, prosecution, enforcement, due diligence and licensing matters. She successfully assists clients in protecting their intellectual property rights through litigation and other means, including the courts and uniform dispute resolution procedures. Read Tina Martini's full bio.

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