Unlike millennials, Generation Z (born after 1995) grew up in uncertain times, so they have different priorities. This is important for employers to know, because members of Generation Z are now seeking their first jobs.
Three things to know about Generation Z employees:
– They like to communicate via social media. Post jobs via their preferred platforms: YouTube, Snapchat and Instagram.
– Company culture is important to them, so show you care about your employees.
– They seek stability. Discuss long-term career opportunities, even if it’s a part-time job.
To retain Generation Z employees, offer flexibility, growth opportunities and job security.
– Christina Norton, Revenue Management Solutions