Younger Boss. Older Worker. The Titanium Rule

By Claire Raines

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Just a few years ago, people from different generations were separated at work by rank and status. Older employees filled executive positions, the middle-aged were in mid-management, and the youngest worked on the front lines—and because of the nature of work, people weren’t likely to rub elbows on a daily basis with those in other age groups. 

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