Gen Z workers will comprise 36 percent of the workforce by 2020. At the same time, seniors are putting off retirement and working longer, because employers want and need their experience and expertise.
And technology continues to disrupt the workplace, for employers and workers, as machines and data spur major changes in how work is done – roles are changing, workflows are changing, where work is done is changing.
In this multiplatform special report, Bloomberg Businessweek examines these shifts as well as such key questions as what role older workers will play in the push to also bring in younger talent, what kind of training will be needed, how workplace cultures will adjust and more.
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