69% of Gen Z would like to work remotely at least 50% of the time.
Generation Z has arrived to the working world, and they’re here with their own set of workplace expectations. If employers intend to recruit top talent, they need to be ready to meet the unique challenges this vibrant generation will bring to the workforce.
What does an exciting workplace look like to them? What are they really doing behind the blank Zoom screen? How much involvement do they expect from their employers in ethical, environmental, social justice issues?
These questions and more are explored in Working with Gen Z. Using original data from a nationwide survey of working Gen Zers, authors Santor Nishizaki and James DellaNeve outline everything employers need to know about this young, new workforce. The authors’ data and knowledge of Gen Z will help determine how best to recruit, lead, retain, and work alongside younger employees.
Working with Gen Z will allow you to keep the competitive advantage in shaping the future of “work” for the newest set of top talent in the twenty-first century.