Experts know how to improve Gen Z’s performance. We need to get rid of the bosses

Critics say the fallout from a flat corporate structure could mean less guidance and more pressure from the top, but there are benefits too, according to recruitment experts. One of them might be it Gen Z employees will do their jobs better.

Sophie O’Brien, Gen Z recruitment expert and founder of recruitment agency Pollen Careers, told the US edition of Business Insider that the middle manager’s role is to effectively “micro-manage young people”.

“In fact, there is evidence to suggest that it is unproductive and limits people’s learning potential,” she said. — A team develops best when people have autonomy and autonomy Freedom to fail – I explained.

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