Training Gen Z: What Your Youngest Employees Expect From the Workplace

Once again, it's time to start worrying about a new generation coming into the workforce. 

In fact, the worrying has already begun. A recent study showed that managers are not excited to welcome Generation Z, which has already begun to enter the workforce. They're voicing concerns familiar to anyone who has ever read a think piece about Millennials, or even Gen X; they worry that Gen Z will be entitled, lazy and glued to their phones.

Although the reality is likely brighter than those concerns suggest, Generation Z will come with some challenges, one of which is training. 

Who is Generation Z? 

Generation Z is made up of the children born between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s. Although no one can seem to agree on which years bracket Gen Z, its members are roughly between 14 and 24 years old, which means that the oldest Gen Zers are already in the workplace. 

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