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Preparing the Workplace for Gen Z

PREPARING THE WORKPLACE FOR GENERATION Z 31 So how will the workplace need to respond to be ready for this powerful, large, globally connected and diverse group? They're almost here. Tentatively labeled Generation Z or iGen, the next generation of workers was born after 1995 and already numbers more than 60 million - but they're still growing. They'll hit the workforce in full force in 2019, when 30 million of them could be occupying income-earning positions. Boomers 76M Gen X 55M Millennials 66M Gen Z 61M 1946 - 1964 1965 - 1981 1981 - 1994 1995 - Current Globally-connected and tech-designed spaces Can juggle up to 5 screens at once: Biggest tech distractions: Q) 1ST IM f)2ND Facebook - - - --- 1003 computer, phone, tablet, watch and more! O 3RD Email Preference for Use tech to reach goals and solve problems hands-on projects Spaces that encourage feedback and group work Prefer in-person communication with management: In Person R 51% Email @ 16% Prefer small, defined workgroups with a peer leader 11% They want their voices heard: 61% believe they should be listened to by managers Customizable spaces that also provide privacy Having a traditional office is less important 28% of Generation Z feel it's important vs 45% of Millennials Where should their commute take them? 1ST 2ND 3RD Corporate Co-Working Home Prefer private online Crave leadership: only 46% want managers to let them work independently tools and ones that self-destruct EB Sources:

Preparing the Workplace for Gen Z

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Is your business ready for Generation Z and their workplace preferences? They'll number 30 million by 2019. Find out facts you need to know.




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