Generation Z is Entering the Workforce: How to Incorporate All Four Generations

61 million workers will enter the workforce this year from Generation Z. Next to millennials, this is one of the largest generations to begin working. And yet, fewer people over 60 are retiring as well. We’re looking at a diverse office space and a full-on headache for HR departments across the country. Most upper-level management still remains in the control of baby boomers. While many boomers have adopted mobile tech, they’re still woefully deficient in common skills like typing. How then do we balance the tech-savvy, yet socially deficient GenZ with the socially viable, tech-deficient boomers? And what about the

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