As Gen Z'ers begin entering the workforce, joining millenials, Gen X'ers and boomers, the cultural divide between these groups can be stark. Each group has generally different attitudes towards employment and preferences on where and how work is done.
Younger workers are more likely to shift between jobs more frequently, creating a 'revolving door' of joiners and movers.
Many may see this as a weakness and a liability, but if managed effectively, a dynamic workplace can really help organisations thrive.
And Dynamic Workforce Management doesn't just focus on demographics - the effects of globalisation are also affecting the way workforces behave.
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