A Story of Gen Z, Me, and We

They’re the best thing to happen to the workforce — and we have to keep it that way

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“Alright. Tell me why you don’t think it will be effective,” asked my Gen Z colleague.

A bold, but typical Slack response. As a geriatric millennial, I’m sometimes taken aback by the sheer, utter chutzpah of my younger organizational counterparts.

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Stories about work and making it better.

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