Are You Ready for Gen Z’s Workplace Revolution?

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With many people postponing retirement and multiple generations working side-by-side, organizations are facing new challenges attracting, engaging and retaining employees from these different backgrounds. In the context of the workplace, the most talked about generations have been the “Veterans” (born pre 1945), “Baby Boomers” (1946-1964), “Generation X” (1965-1979), and the most studied so far, the (in)famous “Generation Me”, better known as “Millennials” (1980-1995).

Each generation is defined by its shared beliefs and behaviors that come from their common location in history and key defining moments. As a Millennial born

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