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Gen Z craves workplace technology that contributes to their personal growth.

More so than Millennials or even Gen Y, Gen Z reports feeling that professional development and growth are important parts of their job. They have a strong desire to learn and grow in the workplace, a trait that somewhat sets them apart from previous generations of the workforce. To keep them engaged and challenged, employers will need to incorporate learning management systems, as well as workplace training opportunities and certification programs — all utilizing technology, of course — into their onboarding and continuing education.

A big part of giving Gen Z what they want in the workplace means giving them tools they can use to work efficiently. With our CORE CRM, you and your employees have all your information on your desktop, in the cloud, and in the palm of your hand.

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