Partner and manager at IARK, Elisabeth Paus, explains that the new generation’s entry into the workforce includes
new assessments that influence organisations to take a different direction. The freedom of choice, speed and twoway communication as well as network and further education are centralpieces of terminology for the millennial generation, which is used for disruption and multitasking. With current technology and constant availability, we are able to execute work wherever and whenever. Work is no longer an eight-hour stint at one location and employees are no longer chained to a certain desk.