Generation Z in the Workplace: Part Two

Born between 1995 and 2010, the oldest members of Generation Z are now entering the workplace, and this newest generation of young professionals is different from the generations before them.

 

The good news? Many of the qualities that set Generation Z apart also make them extremely adaptable and useful in the workplace. We discussed the Generation’s pragmatism in the last post. Here are some more of the qualities that will make Generation Z workers an asset to your organization.

Generation Z in the Workplace: Part One

Just when it seemed like the workplace had finally adjusted to Millennials, Generation Z has started arriving. Born between 1995 and 2010, the oldest members of Generation Z are 23 years old and beginning to enter the professional workplace. And — surprise, surprise!— they’re just as different from Millennials as Millennials are from previous generations.