The New Workplace and Digital Education: Generation Z and Millennials

Authors

  • Ms. Shubhika Gaur, Dr. Garima Srivastava, Ms. Apoorva Kapoor

Keywords:

New Workplace Setting; Digital Education; COVID-19, Millennials, and Generation Z.

Abstract

There is a clear mismatch between individuals' skills and those that businesses are sourcing in today's business environment. The workforce ought to still be in a position to complement the value of technology, despite the fact that business leaders ought to ensure that automation, digitization, and the extraction of the value of data—such as through artificial intelligence—are fundamental priorities for the organization. The way knowledge is acquired has changed as a result of technology's growing popularity. This is especially crucial for Generation Z and Millennials, who are currently adjusting to the new workplace and largely acquiring knowledge online. The COVID-19 pandemic, on the other hand, has upset the balance of this new work that combines business, digital technologies, and innovative work practices. Millennials and Generation Z must embrace technology and upgrade training programs if they are to successfully transition.

As a result, the best method for harnessing the transition to the new workplace through digital learning has been identified in this paper. Additionally, this paper has evaluated how markets change or evolve over time. The current COVID-19 pandemic has been noted to have an impact on the labor markets today and in the future. Their implications would include varying employment markets, shifting demands and supplies for skills, and demographic trends (Millennials and Generation Z).

Published

2023-06-15

How to Cite

Ms. Shubhika Gaur, Dr. Garima Srivastava, Ms. Apoorva Kapoor. (2023). The New Workplace and Digital Education: Generation Z and Millennials. SJIS-P, 35(3), 104–110. Retrieved from http://sjisscandinavian-iris.com/index.php/sjis/article/view/635

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