As organisations big and small work to better understand the young people on their teams, I find myself often asked by managers how they get the most out of the Gen Zs that make up a rapidly growing portion of their workforce.
Generation Z are those born between 1995-2010 and with the oldest Gen Zs now in their late 20s, this generation are busy building their careers. With the population of Gen Zs around the world reaching 2.47 billion, their share of the global talent pool is increasing rapidly, yet research shows they are approaching the workforce in a very different way to other generations that have come before.
With a focus on flexible working opportunities, purpose-led projects, and continual learning opportunities, appealing to this generation poses a unique opportunity for organisations that are looking to stand out from their competition as they work to attract, retain, and grow top young talent on their teams.
As a Gen Z myself I often find myself chatting to young professionals about what it is they look for in the organisations they work for. As part of my work I also spend a great deal of time working organisations around the world to research what exactly makes their teams so appealing for top young talent.
To provide some insights on how managers can get the most out of the Gen Zs on their team, I had the pleasure of sitting down with QANTAS Travel Insider to share some of my top tips, tricks, and insights.
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