How to Manage Gen X, Y and Z in the Workplace [Infographic]

As baby boomers take up retirement and leave voids in senior positions in organizations to be filled, the Gen-X, Gen-Y and Gen-Z put themselves up on the plate for the picking.

Some organizations believe that these groups of generations have observable characteristics that their generation are accustomed to adhere to, portray and adopt in their way of life at work. For instance, Gen-X are considered the best workers, Gen-Y are the most passionate and Gen-Z are the most connected. Each have their very own strengths and weaknesses, as portrayed by this infographic.

Created by NextGeneration Recruitment, the infographic summarizes how different the three generations are in terms of education level, qualifications, key characteristics or skills, and working motto. Do you agree about what is said about your generation?

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