There is no clear-cut boundary between Gen-Xers and Millennials. Both generations are different from other generations, this is the reason why we call them generational gap. The significant difference between Gen-Z and Millennials is that Gen Zers tend to adopt technology more than their predecessors. They also expect more immediate and interactive communication because of their technology use. Millennials, however, are more complacent with inter-personal communication than Gen Zers and prefer face-to-face encounters over technology.” From a business perspective, the two generations are very different. However, they are connected by the same social media platforms and have similar cultural interests. Gen-Z professionals are influential, data-driven and tech-savvy, according to new research. They are most concerned about learning and getting ahead in the workplace and have fewer mentors than other generations. As the oldest of the millennials, Generation Z is the least likely to feel like they belong in the workforce. The workforce is changing, and new knowledge workers are not always like those we have seen before. But there’s something more than a generation gap at play here – we need to look far beyond Gen-Z to fully understand it. Regardless of the generation, hiring the right people and providing them with the right guidance can make all the difference. Our consultants are knowledgeable about all of the latest trends, methods and practices in HR services so that you can be sure to find and hire the best talent for your organization.