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Born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s, the new generation biting the heels of Generation Y are graduating from college and entering the workforce in droves.

Their understanding of the world can’t compare to any generation prior. They’ve grown up as the first fully mobile and digitally connected generation. And their youth is punctuated by one of the biggest global recessions in modern history. They speak their own language and are considered more closely aligned in culture to other members of Generation Z around the world, than with older members of their own family.

A quick Google search of ‘Generation Z’ will throw you pages of advice on how to appeal to these radically different consumers. But what about Gen-Z as employees? How can you better position your company to attract Gen-Z talent, or more effectively manage them as part of a team?

Smart employers rely on Sage Accounting Software to take care of their accounting needs so that they can take care of their employees.

Check out this infographic outlining the top 10 things you need to know about Gen-Z in the workplace.

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Generation Z in the workplace: 10 things you need to know - An infographic by Sage

 

References:

Business Insider International

The Center for Generational Kinetics
millennialbranding.com/2014/02/high-school-careers-study

slideshare.net/sparksandhoney/generation-z-final-june-17

growingleaders.com/blog/generation-z-differs-generation-y/

visioncritical.com/gen-z-versus-millennials-infographics/

adeccousa.com/employers/resources/generation-z-vs-millennials-infographic/

smallbiztrends.com/2016/07/millennials-vs-generation-z

dmnews.com/marketing-strategy/the-subtle-differences-between-gen-y-and-gen-z

 

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