As employees get closer to retirement age, legal benefits can help with wills and estate planning and preparation for eldercare.

An organization’s workforce drives business results. That is why it is especially important to create a culture where employees work in harmony and understand that it takes a team effort to achieve success. This has become increasingly more difficult as the workforce becomes more diverse. It’s no secret that people are working later into their lives, which has caused an overlap in generations of employees.

Organizations have made many changes in recent years to adapt to the increase of millennials in the workforce, including job restructuring, flexible schedules, the adoption of continual feedback rather than the annual review. According to the Pew Research Center, the majority of the workforce is now made up of millennials, yet other generations still make up a large part of the workforce, including  Baby Boomers.

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