Published on June 9, 2021

A recent article from IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication was featured in the Arizona State University news.

Generation Z have been told throughout their high school and collegiate careers that their technology use would distract them in the workplace. However, when they got there, they discovered all their co-workers were just as distracted. As it turns out, many in the workforce — regardless of age — are on their smartphones too often, ignore their colleagues in favor of technology and don’t have a good grasp on work-life balance. Those were some of the big findings in “Generation Z Workplace Communication Habits and Expectations,” a new research article written by two Arizona State University community members. Read more from the ASU News article here