A hungry-to-learn, tech-savvy workforce is taking over, and these workers already make up 35% of the workforce. But there is a catch: This new kind of worker is one companies are having a hard time understanding and an even harder time attracting with the usual business perks.
The newer generations are not amused by the same perks and benefits that attracted Baby Boomers. Instead, their mind-set is uneasy when looking toward the future. According to Deloitte’s 2018 Millennial survey, the younger generations are more pessimistic when it comes to political and social progress, expressing concerns about safety, social equality, and environmental sustainability.