Generation Z started entering the workforce in 2017. 11,000 new Gen Z enter the workforce every day. Like every other generation, Gen Z has a unique perspective of the world and particular expectation of the workplace. Soon, Generation Z will have a major presence in the workplace and the marketplace, You might think that because Gen Z comes right behind the “Me-Centric” Millennial they are very similar. They are, however, different from Millennials in many ways. The “We-Centric” Gen Z has different values, preferences, and perspectives. Karen will address Gen Z’s view on communication, technology, retention, promotions, work ethic, and fears. You will gain insights on new ways of managing, giving feedback, as well as motivating the “new kids on the block”, Generation Z.