New Approaches Required to Attract and Retain Gen Z

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By 2025, Generation Z will make up 27% of the American workforce. This generation of digital natives is the most diverse generation to date, with nearly half (48%) non-Caucasian.

How are employers and HR departments working to attract, retain and engage this increasingly significant segment of the labor force? What challenges are they facing? What opportunities do they see?

Looking in the Wrong Places

A big issue for companies looking to attract young talent is looking for that talent in the same places they’ve always been looking for workers from previous generations. But job postings on LinkedIn and other sites

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