Gen Z vs Millenial communication apps

November 29, 2022
< 1 minute

By Sorin Anagnoste

Strategy | Business Models | Tech

Gen Z employees (77%) prefer flexible work policies, according to LinkedIn Market Research. Gen Z (born between ‘95 and ‘10), just like all other generations, miss in-person face-to-face connection but they have adapted by incorporating a series of apps.

The game rules are the same: if you are not present on those apps, you are not cool, and that can hurt your company in the medium term (1 to 3 years). Why? Millennials considered to work for 3 years on average when joining a company and now Gen Z considers a maximum of 1 year, unless the company is…cool.

And how can you be cool if you don’t use the apps Gen Z are using?

Gen Z vs Millenials apps


Discover posts:

Samung faking photos

Samsung faking photos

Source: A Samsung smartphone identified a blurry photo of the Moon and added detail to create the above image. Image: u/ibreakphotos I wanted to write about Chat GPT 4, but I quit. The newsfeed is full of this story. So instead I picked some interesting news: Samsung is faking the (...)

Read more
iPhone 14 Pro marketing

Apple: “Emergency SOS” and “Crash Detection” safety features

From lifestyle to health & sports and then to safety. At the “Far Out” event Apple highlighted the fact that you can trust the company’s products for your own safety: “Emergency SOS” or “Crash Detection”. The latter was a service offered as a premium by some car companies (ie. BMW) (...)

Read more