‘Age Concern?’ Part of the Relationship with Feminism and Business Series: The Inclusion Clause of Our Company Policy ‘Ensuring Age Equality’

If we look at it, both young and old people have a lot of parallels, they just choose to express their emotions in different ways.

For example, old people (generation X) generally tend to inwardly express their anger in a secluded or exclusive community where people of a similar mindset can share their thoughts compared to generation Z (the ‘millennials,’) who tend to have a more outward form of expression such as riots and protests. This can be seen from the likes of the Grenfell riots of 2017 and the earlier riots of 2012 where a Mark Duggan was shot by police. Read about it here. So with this, we at Zest and Fresh, aim to be as inclusive as possible by learning to adapt to the different generations. This could be for example, having different ways of taking and order from a low tech option to a higher tech one. This is just one of many ways we plan to be an inclusive workplace.

Happy Beautiful day everyone,

Kate Smiles,

Caretaker CEO Zest and Fresh

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