4 Ways Generation Z Will Change the Workplace
Capella University

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From a generational perspective, we have frankly been fixated on Millennials.
Countless articles have been written about Millennials (born 1981-1996) and how they have fundamentally changed societal norms. They’re not buying homes. They refuse to get married. They don’t eat cereal. They’re killing golf. You name it. The reality is, however, that as the oldest Millennials approach their 40s, they are starting to fall into more traditional conventions. They are getting married. They are buying homes. They are having kids. And when it comes to the workplace, they are starting to settle into leadership roles and are adopting the organizational expectations that come with that.

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