Gen Z is poised to overtake baby boomers in the workforce this year. And like every generation before them, they're already leaving their mark on office culture.

Gen Zers are often pitted against their baby boomer colleagues, characterized alternatively as troublemakers or trailblazers, depending on how you view their willingness to challenge traditional workplace norms.

Fostering inclusive multigenerational workplaces will require intentional culture building and engagement strategies, but the process doesn't need to be as difficult as organizational leaders may fear. After all, boomers and Gen Z have more in common than you might think.

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