How to Hire, Develop, and Inspire Gen Z: A Study from The Workforce Institute at Kronos
The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated today announced the final segment of a global study examining the attitudes of Generation Z1 - teenagers and early 20-somethings - in the workplace to reveal how employers worldwide can most effectively attract, develop, motivate, and retain talent within the next next-generation workforce.
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Completing a three-part series from The Workforce Institute at Kronos (News - Alert) and Future Workplace, "How to Be an Employer of Choice for Gen Z" uncovers the motivations and aspirations of today's youngest working generation, including those yet to officially enter the workforce. A survey of 3,400 Gen Zers across Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the U.K., and the U.S. finds that money still talks; good managers matter more than ever; work needs to be interesting; and, while schedule stability is important, flexibility is non-negotiable.
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Footnote 1: Generations are defined as follows: Gen Z, ages 16-25; Millennials, ages 26-37; Gen X, ages 38-54; Baby Boomers, ages 55-74; and Silent Generation, ages 75-94.
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