Since entering the workforce, Millennials have made an indelible mark on the world of work. They demand flexibility and transparency and continue to challenge all industries to evolve to meet their needs. They tore down cubicles in favor of open spaces and ditched the 9-5 for free-flowing schedules and remote work. Most importantly, they demand more from the companies they work for—more collaboration, humanness, and empathy.
Now it’s Gen Z’s turn to shake things up. Generation Z, born between 1996 and 2009, represents the most diverse generation in history. At 2 billion strong in the world, Gen Z is