Please join us to explore the launch of our new survey GENERATIONS: What is the Productivity Potential of your multigenerational workforce? With an exciting panel hosted by Matt Duncan, Managing Director at Protiviti UK and introduced by Dr Grace Lordan, Director of The Inclusion Initiative at London School of Economics.

Event Details

👉 1st February | VIRTUAL LIVE STREAM |
        6:00 pm – 7:00 pm GMT Panel Discussion


A major new study by The Inclusion Initiative at London School of Economics (LSE) in partnership with Protiviti will focus on ‘what matters’ in driving productivity and talent retention across generations. Harnessing the knowledge, skills and connections each generation brings to the workplace can deliver productivity gains and a competitive edge. Yet, DEI agendas routinely neglect generational diversity and inclusion, with frictions between generations negatively impacting productivity.

GENERATIONS: Productivity Potential

This discussion will highlight the findings of our preliminary report, drawing on data from more than 1,400 employees in Finance, Technology and Professional Services. This report shows that firms can do more to harness the benefits of multi-generational teams and highlights tangible, inclusive work practices that drive productivity across generations.
Participate in GENERATIONS

We are inviting our clients, partners and friends to participate in the Global Annual Survey. This research will deliver deep insights on your workforce with a focus on specific actions you can take to improve productivity.

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