In this regard, Gen Z is incredibly capable of multitasking. Its members move back and forth between the real and virtual worlds, across channels, recording all information and then filtering it. This gives them differing views on social norms.
Many find it acceptable to text during a family meal or to send a message during a conversation – they seamlessly switch between physical human interaction and digital communication channels. In everyday business life, research is conducted on the internet during a meeting and the results are directly included.
On the other hand, Gen Z is easily distracted and needs to work on their attention span. Studies show that the time they can focus on something without getting distracted is around eight seconds. Gen Y is at least a little better with an attention span of 12 seconds.
The diversity of means of communication at your workplace is greater than ever before. Do you send your colleagues chat messages? Or do you prefer to call? Or do you connect via a video meeting? In this blog post you will learn how to choose the perfect means of communication for every situation.