They are young. They are driven. They are pragmatic. They crave financial stability. They won’t put away their laundry no matter how many times I ask them.
Okay, that last sentence may just refer to the two adorable Gen Zs who happen to be my offspring. But, this next group has just started to hit the workforce (the oldest are 23), and will undoubtedly be the topic of much discussion. (We really should shut up about Millennials, because as the oldest of that group approaches 40, we should realize that many have moved into middle management, and are making the policies now.)
The Wall Street Journal put together information about how Gen Z differs from previous generations. Here are those differences and what it means to you when they start coming to work.
To keep reading, click here: Gen Z is Coming to the Workforce. Here is What to Expect.