Gen Z and Millennials Crave In-Person Collaboration

By Randstad US, Special for  USDR

Despite popular belief, 41 percent of Gen Z say corporate offices are their workplace preference, according to a global study released today by Future Workplace, an HR executive network and research firm dedicated to the future of learning and working, and Randstad US, one of the largest HR services and staffing companies in the United States. As a follow-up to a previous study conducted in 2014, the Gen Z & Millennials Collide @ Work report focuses on the impact of Gen Z entering the workplace for the first time and how Millennials are engaging with  them.

Consistent with 2014, Gen Z and Millennials continue to prefer communicating with co-workers and managers in-person in lieu of email and phone. This year, Gen Z and Millennials both said “communication” was the most important quality of a leader, compared to “honesty” in  2014.

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