How to Hire and Inspire Gen Z
The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated recently completed a global study examining the attitudes of Generation Z in the workplace to reveal how employers worldwide can most effectively attract, develop, motivate, and retain talent within the next next-generation workforce. Here are the top takeaways:
- While schedule stability is important, flexibility is non-negotiable: 1 in 5 Gen Zers worldwide say they want a consistent and predictable schedule, but also expect employers to offer flexibility at work.
- Guest experience matters when recruiting Gen Z: 1 in 4 would not apply to work someplace where they’ve previously had a negative experience as a customer.
- Good managers matter more than ever: Nearly 1 in 3 Gen Zers worldwide say they would stay working longer for a company if they have a supportive manager.
- Money still talks, but Gen Zers say doing work that they enjoy or care about is as important as a paycheck.
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