Over the years, we have debated long and hard the challenges of managing Generation Y in the workforce, and now we are grappling with how to adapt to the demands of the Generation Z employee. Sounds challenging, but I am not sure that today’s youth generations are much different from the Boomers who came of age in the60’s or Generation X, who expressed their individualism in the post-punk 80’s.
So how can you best integrate the "selfie" class of workers into your workforce strategies? Read these six tips that will help you:
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With over 26 years of experience, Steve Shepherd is an employment market analyst and a thought leader in the employment and HR services industry. He is Group Director of Public Affairs, Asia Pacific with Randstad, a Global Fortune 1000 company and one of the world’s largest recruitment and HR services providers. He works actively to promote the role private employment agents play across the region in employment creation, economic growth, and providing access to decent jobs for workers.Follow on Google Plus Follow on Twitter More Content by Steve Shepherd