The rise of Generation Z in the workplace comes during a transformative period.
The oldest members of Gen Z, people born between 1996 and 2012, are approaching their mid-20s and therefore have only been in the professional workforce for a few years. Like other generations before them, they bring a new mindset along with different wants and expectations.
In addition, they are entering and acclimating to the working world during a major shift that will forever change the way many companies conduct business: the mainstream adoption of the flexible workplace, including remote work and hybrid work.
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