How do Gen Z really feel about working from home? Lawrence Mohiuddine shares key facts and findings with International Business Times
Employers have adapted job role specifications, engaged more actively in social media, created employer value propositions and shifted recruitment strategies to better attract, engage and retain the brightest young talent.
With a substantial portion of Gen Zers beginning to enter the workforce alongside ongoing reports of critical skills shortages impacting the UK, business leaders are seeking to better understand the unique attributes and drivers of Gen Z in order to effectively engage and cater to their needs.
Our research, Generation Z and the lure of the office, strongly indicates that Gen Z rely heavily on the professional and social structure of the office.
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