Spencer, L. Vaughan
July 2009
Training Journal;Jul2009, p82
Trade Publication
The article features the personality of people who were born after Y2K called the Generation Z. It notes the flexibility of Gen Zedders in which they do not need an office to get things going and show admiral clarity when dealing with their direct reports. It mentions several distinct attitudes of Gen Z including pulling their hair and pinching each other and not eating up all their food.


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