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A Digital Native Workforce Will Demand Smarter Workplaces

There are now Millennials over 40 years old. Born between 1981 and 1996, the Millennial Generation now ranges from 26 to 41 years old, making up more than a third of the global labor pool. The discussion around millennials is no longer one of a generation entering the workforce but about the generation that is beginning to lead our companies and industries. Generation after generation have taken over from each other but Millennials are different, they are the first generation considered to be “born digital” or raised in a digitally enabled world. As such, we should expect Millennial leadership to embrace workplace technology like never before. “Millennials have had a long-standing reputation for altering how companies do business, from creating disruptive innovations to driving changes in the way companies operate. They have provided a fresh perspective on customer needs and how to fulfil them. Now, as millennials mature, many of those who once held entry-level […]

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