In a new study by ResumeBuilder, managers were asked about their workforce
It found the majority believe Gen Z is more difficult to work with than any other
And, of that group, 59 per cent said they had been forced to fire a Gen Z worker
More than half of managers have been forced to fire Gen Z workers after claiming that they 'lack motivation' and are 'easily offended.'
In a new study by US-based company ResumeBuilder, team leaders were asked about their workforce - with shocking results.
It found that out of more than 1,300 respondents the majority (74 per cent) believe Gen Z is more difficult to work with than any other generation.