Posted by Paladin on June 01, 2016
Workers from every generation offer unique skill sets from which to draw insight.
It’s imperative now more than ever for companies to learn how to attract, develop and retain employees within a multigenerational department made up of Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millennials of all ages. Specifically, executives have spent years trying to understand and work with Millennials (b. 1980-1995), who make up the largest generation in the U.S. workforce according to an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.
Now, employers must prepare for a newer, younger and even larger generation known as Generation Z (b. 1995 onwards) as they continue to fill their talent pipelines and stay competitive with market trends. As with any shift in demographics in the workforce, this presents challenges and opportunities for companies, and we can help!
With Generation Z starting to enter the workforce, and some already working at your company, what do you need to know about them? How are they different from Millennials – who could potentially be managing your Generation Z new hires? Our infographic breaks down the generational differences in your workplace.
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With a deep pool of pre-screened and qualified marketing and creative candidates, we can help you build a multigenerational team, including new Gen Z professionals, so you can start tapping into endless potential.