White Paper: 10 tips for attracting and retaining Generation Z (Gen Z) employees
Already trickling into the workforce is Generation Z (a generation typically identified as being born between the mid to late 1990s and the 2010s). Similar to Millennials, Gen Z is different from earlier generations for its adept use of digital technology and reliance on the social web and communities for much of what they know about the world. Attracting Generation Z, and hiring and developing its members, means engaging and influencing them on their terms.
The following whitepaper highlights ten things you should be thinking about now, including:
How your organization can appeal to Gen Z
What type of recruitment experience Gen Z will expect from employers
The role that technology, for example, your talent management system, can play in the working life of a Gen Z employee