Realize why Gen Zers have side hustles. Plus, see why you might want to rethink when and how work gets done if you want to attract this next generation of workers.
- If you're my boss, and you walked by my desk … in the middle of the day, and you happened … to catch me loading picture, say to my personal website … to sell a product, would that be a problem? … - Hey Jonah, what are you working on? … I'm actually just finishing uploading … the final pictures to my website … for my flash sale tonight at 6:00 pm. … I'm so excited! … - Uploading pictures to your website for a flash sale? … - Yeah, my website. … - Ah, I am not okay with that. … When you come work here from 9:00 to 5:00, … you will be working on our stuff. … You'll have the rest of the time to work on your things. … Are we clear? … - This brings up a very important conversation, … and it's about Gen-Z and our side hustles. … As we all know, the modern-day work world … is based on the premise of work-life balance. … Where we allocate 9:00 to 5:00 for work, … and the rest of the time for personal time. … See, this model seems drastically … outdated to the Gen-Z employee. … What we're basing it on is a model called …
- Gen Z communication style
- Gen Z diversity
- Gen Z feedback preferences
- The realism of Gen Z
- The Gen Z side hustle
- Collaboration vs. competition