Source | www.forbes.com | Ashley Stahl
We all grow up at some point.
I hate to say it, Millennials, but the time has come to truly embrace “adulting,” and that means welcoming the new kids on the block into the workplace: Generation-Z.
Generation-Z (born 2000 onwards) is growing up and leaping into the workforce. They are even more tech-savvy and high expectation seekers than Millennials, but they deeply crave something different than their predecessors: job security.
I can’t blame them, as many watched their siblings drown in student loan debt and fail to find work during the recession. The trauma is real.
How you manage your employees will directly relate to their sense of security. Here are three things to consider in order to successfully manage this next wave of workers, Gen-Z.