Keeping up with multigenerational employees

‘Quiet majority’ of generation X feeling the pinch at financial institutions
By Philip Hunter and Karen Forward
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 05/06/2012

Despite a number of global issues affecting financial institutions, including the European sovereign debt crisis and a weak outlook for international growth, Canadian banks continue to leverage their well-managed, well-regulated and well-capitalized standing to actively pursue growth strategies.

At the same time, banks need to remain cautious and mindful of the volatile international financial environment. This includes paying attention to and understanding their most important asset — their people.

From the C-suite to the front line, people have a significant impact on the sustainability and success of banking organizations. Banks need to continue to evolve people strategies to stay competitive, according to the 2012 banking industry PwC report Value Through Your People.