This ambitious bunch is ready to climb the corporate ladder even though they’re still in high school and college. This has many researches making predictions on how Gen Z will most likely function in the workplace and how they will mesh with Millennials and Baby Boomers.
New York Times calls Gen Z, “conscientious, hard-working, and mindful of the future.” In the office, Gen Z prioritizes social entrepreneurship, giving back, achieving a “dream job,” and career growth opportunities.
To optimize your office for maximum Gen Z efficiency, Paramount recommends collaborative areas and social break-out zones for their desire for communication. To cater for their love of structure, enclosed rooms for private meetings and concentration will do the trick.