Age Demographics, Executive Summary, and Compile Project The Fig Technologies Executive Leadership Council (ELC) has asked you to compile a report regarding the age demographics within the organization. Your findings are that employees between the ages of 18 to 25 comprise 11% of the workforce, employees 26 to 39 comprise 31%, employees 35 to 55 comprise 34%, employees 56 to 69 compose 18%, and the remainder are age 69 and above. You have been asked to compile a report regarding the advantages and disadvantages of developing a younger workforce in both professional and nonprofessional positions as well as for older employees 65 and above. Be sure to discuss age legislation and how this will affect any decisions the company may face. You must include a minimum of one outside resource for this component. This component of the report should be one to two pages included into the final report. The second part of this assignment is to submit the comprehensive research that you have compiled throughout your consulting contract over the past seven units. You are to provide a comprehensive report of the previous studies. Please add an executive summary of the steps for improving organizational diversity to the report being submitted to the ELC. The executive summary should be approximately half of a page. The report is the compilation of the previous project assignments. Please review these assignments, making any corrections based on instructor feedback. Add any transitions along with headers and sub-headers. Specific headings and sections should include the following: ◾ Executive Summary, ◾ Fair Treatment of Ethnicities, ◾ Benefits of Organizational Diversity, ◾ Improving Organizational Culture, ◾ Gender and Work-Life Balance, and ◾Age Demographics. Your comprehensive report should include a title page and reference page. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. All references and citations used must be in APA style. Part of previous units.