With the rise of Millennial and Gen Z employees in the workforce, leaders who are used to working with older Millennials and Generation X are discovering that much of their usual management style is irrelevant when it comes to managing and communicating with the younger generations.
The gap that so glaringly exists between these generations is leading to difficulty in retention. By understanding the common mistakes that leaders make when managing their Millennial and Gen Z employees, you can do your best to avoid them and keep your younger employees around.
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