The oldest members of Generation Z are now hitting their early 20s and beginning to make their mark in the world of work. Gen Z is a unique group with a perspective founded on technology and rapid global change. As such, employers cannot treat them like any other generation—even Millennials. Gen Z’s characteristics in the workplace are completely unique.
Moreover, Gen Z now makes up more than a quarter of the population. They are the new generation of workers and the leaders of tomorrow. As we speak, they are creating the workplace they want to see. So, how can HR professionals engage Generation Z in the workplace? To attract, retain, and learn from these individuals, you’ll need a custom-made approach based on Generation Z’s work expectations.