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  • Gen Zers prefer informal workplace communication
  • Gen Zers prefer informal workplace communication
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Gen Zers prefer informal workplace communication

From Google Docs and email to Slack chats and Hangouts, there are many tools businesses can use to communicate. But not all of them work for everyone. Gen Zers are driving the charge towards greater adoption of the less traditional tools, with email falling out of favour.

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