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Do Generation Z Workers Need a Finishing School?

This week Oven-Ready HR Podcast guest believes that Generation Z workers and the demographic cohorts that follow, are woefully underprepared for the workplace. Elan Divon a Harvard-trained author, speaker and founder of Divon Academy; an organization that prepares students and professionals for success in an age of disruption believes Gen Z workers lack critical soft skills and have become so over reliant on technology that they could be the last generation to be considered as fully-fledged human beings.

As an HR or recruitment professional, do you think Gen Z workers are ready for the workplace?

About my guest

Elan Divon a Harvard-trained author, speaker and founder of Divon Academy; an organization that prepares students and professionals for success in an age of disruption.

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