The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z

Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

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Many executives who have been focused on managing Millennials would do well to remember that the next generational cohort is already bearing down on them.  There are now five generations in the workplace:   The Silent (World War II) generation, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y and now  Generation Z (born between 1996 and now).  Just now entering the workforce, Gen Z  is already one-third of the world’s population and starting to make their presence felt in the workplace. This article from Chief Executive Magazine provides an executive summary of what Gen Z wants and links to recent research for your HR team.    “Check out 5 Facts CEOS Need to Know About Gen Z”



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