10/21/2013

Generation Z, the group of people generally thought to have been born from about 1990 to about 1999, is just beginning to enter the workforce, equipped with tremendous access to information and ideas but lacking in interpersonal skills, author Anita Bruzzese writes. Generation Z employees require job structure and ongoing guidance with behavioral expectations, but many will function well in highly defined work groups with expressly stated performance standards and rewards, says Bruce Tulgan, founder of Rainmaker Thinking.

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