How to Successfully Work Together Across Generations When Apart
Unlike the generations before them, Gen Z is entering the workforce accustomed to working remotely. Between growing up with smartphones and having their schools require laptops to complete assignments, they are seemingly primed for remote work. Yet, many studies today are reporting that it’s the older generations who prefer working from home.
What can a leader do to bridge that gap?
Our webinar helped answer that question by providing strategies and tactics designed to help bridge the generational divide as it relates to working remotely. We also busted some common myths and misconceptions surrounding generational attitudes you might be surprised to learn.
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