Bursting the Gen Z bubble: digital natives could be in for a shock

By: David Mills, CEO, Ricoh Europe
Published: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 - 14:42 GMT

Historically, the entrance of new generations into the workplace has caused varying levels of disruption. The arrival of Generation Z is expected to be no different.

Generation Z is the first fully digital generation, the true “children of the internet” who won’t remember a life before broadband – and are headed en-masse to workplaces now. Born after 1995, many are nearing 20 and starting to leave full-time education as they make their way into the working world. When businesses are still trying to get to grasps with millennials, however, how…

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