As a ReServist, if you find a good match on our Opportunity Board, you attend an in-depth orientation that explains how you receive you stipend. You also receive a set of tips on how to make the most out of your placement. ReServists are always interested in knowing more about how to navigate the multigenerational environments of their placements. Last week, the New York Times’ Job Market section answered some questions that we think will be helpful to current and future ReServists, as well as their supervisors. The article is great extended reading not just for ReServists at their first placements, but for the partners ReServe works with as well.
What are some tips you might have about working in an intergenerational environment?