Growth, DE&I, and culture: Bob helps Gen Z get what they want

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The art of managing Gen Z isn’t the mystery it perhaps was. Many people born between the mid-90s and late-00s are now firmly settled in the workplace. There’s now a wealth of research on how best to work with Gen Z—for example, our own survey with Eight Roads on the Young Generation in Tech (YGIT). 

There are some broad challenges for employers planning how to work with Gen Z,[Link to L200 guide when live] for sure. But for forward-thinking employers, they also provide opportunities. Offer structures and benefits that reflect their needs, and they’ll consider you a far more attractive

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