“Something about my generation…”
As the years fly by, your workforce probably looks different—and acts a little differently, too. By 2025, according to the World Economic Forum, an incredible 27 percent of the workforce will be from Generation Z (that is, they’ll have been born between 1997 and 2012).
It’s a significant shift. This new generation of talent has uniquely different job expectations and high demands of their employers. Many companies are simply not prepared to meet them.
With Fast Company reporting that Generation Zers are the least happy generation at work, it’s clear that if their high standards