Dell GM: Gen Z will revolutionize workforce
“Filipino youth are ready to be part and shape that (digital transformation) journey,” Dell Country General Manager, Ronnie Latinazo said during a conference at the Shangri-La Hotel BGC in Taguig last Nov. 28. A global study led by Dell Technologies shows that 88 percent of Filipino Gen Z, prior to entering the workforce, have cultivated a technology-first mindset. “What is surprising is the level of digital maturity they are bringing the workplace,” said Senior Vice President, South Asia & Korea of Dell EMC, Pang Yee Beng. A whopping 94 percent of Filipinos were also found to be optimistic as they view machines as partners rather than a threat to their employment. Latinazo further added that to attract the Gen Z, companies should focus on their corporate social responsibility to instill a sense of purpose for them.