The modern workforce consists of four generations with unique talents and skills. Understanding these differences is crucial for organizations to attract, engage, and retain employees from all generations. According to recent studies, today, Generation Y (millennials) and Generation Z (Gen Z) make up 38% of the workforce and are expected to make up 58% in 2030. These younger generations grew up with changing technology, which leads to differences in how they view and approach work. Employers must adapt their leadership to fit the unique preferences of each group.

Learn about their differences so you can understand how they can work together successfully in the infographic below.

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