As expectations on how we work and the workplace are changing how can employers attract the new generation workforce back to the workplace?
- Gen Z and millennials now make up 46% of the full-time U.S. workforce
- Gen X and Baby Boomers prioritize their desire for ethical leadership
- Diversity and inclusion are very important to younger generations
According to Gallup, Gen Z and millennials now make up nearly half (46%) of the full-time workforce in the U.S.
To develop the next generation of organizational leaders, every employer needs to be asking: What do our younger workers want from the workplace?
In 2018, Gallup asked Gen Z and millennials what they look for most in an employer — and their answers were surprisingly similar. In fact, these themes have only been amplified over the past year.