The three most offensive workplace traditions to members of Generation Z and how to avoid them

Recent college grads and Generation Z workers complaining about their workplace frustrations are turning to social media.

Many members of Generation Z have been vocal about the aspects of their professions they wish they could alter.

Such as the brands of laptops they are required to use or the anxiety-inducing nature of phone talks.

According to experts, this might be a great tool for letting companies know exactly what their employees want and need.

As Forbes points out, by 2025, Generation Z will account for 27% of all workers throughout the world.

As the millennial generation settles in among the older generations.

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