Australia’s Gen Zers — or those born between 1996 and 2012 — want to be part of an organisation that has automated processes and strong technology in place, or they will not stay for long, according to a newly released workplace study.
Australian employees grow increasingly frustrated with workplaces that expect them to work with outdated, slow and complex technology, according to one analyst firm which says organisations must find a way to address the needs of modern workers.
With the revolution in workforce mobility, the idea of having a single workplace is rapidly disappearing. Today, more and more workers have not just one workplace, but many. To match this flexibility, workers need tools that are familiar and simple to operate – enter Android.
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