Evaluate your current compensation model for new recruits and get it better aligned with how Gen Z wants to be compensated.
- When companies are trying to recruit the newest generation … they obviously try to put value propositions out there … that they think will connect best. … The challenge with this new generation, Gen Z, … showing up in the workplace … is that we find most companies are using millennial tactics. … - He's absolutely right. … When I log onto a company's website … and try to find out more information … about their work culture, often times I find messages … that talk about teamwork, collaboration, … how it's one big family. … And sure we all know that's important, … but what Gen Z really cares about is the money. … - So what happened here? … Well, with millennials when they entered the workplace … it was economic prosperity. … So they thought anything was possible. … At the same time, … they had burnt out boomer parents telling them, … "You know, if you're going to work as hard as I have worked, … "just make sure you do something you really care about." … Well, you take those two messages together, …
- Gen Z communication style
- Gen Z diversity
- Gen Z feedback preferences
- The realism of Gen Z
- The Gen Z side hustle
- Collaboration vs. competition