Restaurants have a high employee turnover rate compared to other businesses, so operators have to always think about hiring. When looking for specific traits in prospective employees, it’s easy to rely on generational stereotypes to help make hiring decisions. However, not all Millennials are lazy and tech-savvy, and not all Baby Boomers are stubborn and hard-working. New research from Assess Systems suggests that the age of an employee has much less to do with their work-related traits than many people think. The hiring, it’s best to think of interviewees as individuals rather than as representative of an age group.
Read the full article here: Moving Past Generational Bias in the Restaurant Industry