Cultural Shifts in the Workforce Mean the Workplace May Never Be the Same

With Millennials quickly becoming the majority of labor in the U.S and Generation Z (those born between 1994 and 2010) entering the workforce for the first time this year, there is a visible shift in workplace culture.

Accommodating the new generation of employees will help better fill positions left by the 1.6 million Baby Boomers who are quickly reaching retirement age.

The new worker is willing to trade a higher salary for a more satisfying work experience, which translates to a more fluid workspace, the adaptation of ever-evolving technologies and a genuine concern for an employee’s quality of life both in and out of the office.

Read on to learn about the emerging trends and figures impacting the workplace.

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