Research shows that the four generations currently making up the workforce work well together, but that doesn't mean tension is non-existent. In fact, the differing ways the generations view the meaning of work itself is one of the most frequent causes of inter-generational issues in the workplace. Whether it's about acceptable work hours, pulling weight, or pulling rank, the views of what work is – and should be – vary widely across the pool of generations. This overview of how each generation feels about the meaning of work can help you better manage the tension that can arise in your workplace. To learn more, click here.